To the Lighthouse Virginia Woolf Harvest Books 1989
‘No going to the Lighthouse, James.’ he said, as he stood by the window, speaking awkwardly, but trying in deference to Mrs Ramsay to soften his voice into some semblance of geniality at least.
Odious little man, thought Mrs Ramsay, why go on saying that.
Aubigny-sur-Nère teddy bears Tourist Office © 2010 Scotiana
As it has been the case for twenty-two years now, the Scottish-French festivities are going to take place in Aubigny-sur Nère on the 14th of July. The whole town will again resound cheerfully with music, cries of joy, and the clatter of horses’ hooves as [...]
Which of these two Scottish monuments is taller?
Wallace Monument in Scotland – © Scotiana 2006
The Wallace monument ?
The National Wallace Monument (generally known as the Wallace Monument) is a tower standing on the summit of Abbey Craig, a hilltop near Stirling in Scotland. It commemorates Sir William Wallace, the [...]
Overview of the medieval Cité de Carcassonne Source Wikipedia
Bonjour Marie-Agnès, Janice et Jean-Claude. Hello again from Scotland!
Jean-Claude and Marie-Agnès, please let me say how thrilled we were to meet you both again towards the end of April – for just the second time in our warm and cordial friendship! Those [...]
Celtic Life – 25th Anniversary – Special Edition
On this beautiful sunshined day, while reading away stories from Celtic Life - 25th Anniversary Special Edition which compiles the “Best of the Best” articles published in the last quarter century, a title grabbed my fullest attention: Child Slaves From Scotland; A Story rarely [...]