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Thursday, 01 May 2014 12:28

Girls are doing it for themselves

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Standing on a heather-clad knoll and at the junction of two well-worn paths, I stopped to take a closer look at the map. The OS Explorer map revealed a collection of visible landmarks, including a broken down wall, a boundary fence and a lochan. I also listened carefully – and…
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