Most of the stories that appear here first saw the light of day in America by courtesy of my friends Neill and Lynn Kennedy Ray in their publications Scottish Life and The Highlander. Over the years, many Scots, often through ...
Author: Bruce Sandison
Publisher: Black & White Publishing
Sandison's Scotland is a wonderful collection of stories and tales about some of the country's most wild and evocative places. From dark Loch Ness to the turbulent waters of the Pentland Firth, join Bruce on the path less travelled as he goes behind the scenes of Shetland's Up Helly Aa festival and the raucous Kirkwall Ba' Game, played for generations by the people of Orkney. There are also stops in remote townships - Helmsdale in the east, distant Glenelg in the west - visiting the crofts and castles that make Scotland so special. Throughout these exceptional tales, Bruce Sandison's love for his native land shines through as he brings the people, culture and history of Scotland to life. Sandison's Scotland is full of hidden gems and is a book for all times and all seasons. It will captivate, amuse and delight anyone with a love for Scotland.