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An Interview with a Wildlife Expert (part 2)

An Interview with a Wildlife Expert (part 2)

In part 1, Dad gave us a glimpse into the natural world at Dreamcatcher Cabins. From kingfishers to hummingbird hawkmoths, the diversity of the ecosystem heโ€™s nourished is admirable to say the least. The abundance of wildlife makes a stay at the cabins that little bit more special.ย  However, almost…

Cabin Diaries #2 – An Interview with an Expert (Part 1)

Cabin Diaries #2 – An Interview with an Expert (Part 1)

Sipping on my morning brew, Iโ€™m often treated to a visit from Bobbin the robin. He arrives in a flurry of wing beats, settles himself on a tap, and scans the area for any tasty morsels. Heโ€™ll hop furtively around the bath, then, once heโ€™s noticed my gaze, zip off…

Mission Laptop

Mission Laptop

My poor old laptop (aged 8 and 3/4) is struggling. Even our wonderful repair man Graham at Microcroft (www.microcroft.co.uk), who has faithfully mended it a few times recently said gently “it is time for a new one, it is rather old now”. I do not want a new one –…

Aberfoyle: The Gateway to the Trossachs

Aberfoyle: The Gateway to the Trossachs

Aberfoyle: Gateway to The Trossachs   Nestled at the foot of Craigmore, the village street is lined with artisan shops, cosy pubs and delicious eateries. Spend the day hiking to the top of Craigmore to soak in the incredible views. The cosy pubs await below to quench your thirst with…

The Fox is in her Den

The Fox is in her Den

The first booking is due for the Fox’s Den on Saturday. Today was spent cleaning and putting in the furnishings. It is exciting to have the second cabin almost operational. Ash, (Ashley Coombes Photography) who took the incredible photos will come down on Friday to get the next set of…