Tales, Triumphs, and Misadventures, My time in the Scottish Highlands
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Marc Stewart visited Scotland in 2001. He had heard stories about Scotland all his life from his mother and grandmother. He yearned to visit the place of his ancestors and walked on the battlefield of Culloden as well as visit the Iron age sites on Orkney. His descriptions of his experiences will make you laugh and want to visit Scotland yourself. More
Marc has a way with words, which will help the reader to visualize Mr. Stewart's descriptions of his experiences with the Scottish locals and travel around Scotland. He yearned to visit the place of his ancestors and walked on the battlefield of Culloden as well as visit the Iron age sites on Orkney.The stories will make you laugh out loud! Other areas of the book might assist a novice traveler with preparation for a visit to Scotland. In the end, the visit had a lasting impact on him and made him feel compelled to return to Scotland. He tells the stories as only he can and it is well worth the read!
Marc Stewart lives in Virginia with his family on a small farm. They raise pigs, horses, chickens, a goat named Roger and two Highland cows named Hamish and Kyloe. In 2001, Marc had the opportunity to travel to Scotland with his sister after Marc's father died. His mother and grandmother, in his youth, told him stories of Scotland and alluded to a Scottish ancestry. Scotland was a place of castles, clan wars and great vistas. His visit to Scotland lasted ten days and in those days he saw many of the places his family had set foot on in battles and to live. They visited Orkney and the Isle of Skye as well.
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