Category Archives: Scottish Field Site Blog

North Berwick Law – a dog walker’s paradise

Blogger and Longdog lover Kerrie Lindo shares one of her favourite walks. If landownership were determined by footfall, then surely the dogs and I would own North Berwick Law by now.  I have been lucky enough to walk my dogs on the Law for seven years, and never seem to get bored with it (and neitherContinue Reading

Life with my Longdogs: Ravensheugh at Tyninghame

Blogger and Longdog lover Kerrie Lindo shares another of her favourite walks. By Kerrie Lindo There is nothing better than a long empty beach on a sunny day, especially if you have running dogs that can reach forty miles an hour in six strides.  I love to watch my dogs run, their heads down, tails flying, pawsContinue Reading

Life with my Longdogs: Balgone Days

In the first of a new series for scottishfield.co.uk, blogger and Longdog lover Kerrie Lindo shares one of her favourite walks. By Kerrie Lindo For me, the best thing about having dogs are the walks that we share together.  I love getting out in the countryside and being part of all that it can offer andContinue Reading

Perthshire Piking

Having suffered the same disastrous salmon season as many this year, with an unsatisfactory four fish (and three of them were tiny) from my many outings, it was nice to spend a Saturday in November catching six fabulous wild fish which fought like demons on the lightweight tackle I was using. The fact that theseContinue Reading

Off the beaten track on Orkney

PETER RANSCOMBE With a history stretching back more than 5,000 years, the Neolithic monuments and archaeological treasures of Orkney have well and truly put the islands on the map. Sites like Skara Brae, Maes Howe and the Ring of Brodgar are famous throughout the world and attract visitors in their thousands every year. But takeContinue Reading