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How to Reminisce on your NC500 Adventure from Home

Whether you visited just last summer, or have been escaping to the area since before it rose to NC500 fame, these are our five top ways to reminisce on the good times and keep those precious travel memories alive.
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Burns Night: “great chieftain o’ the puddin’-race”

Every year on the 25th January, we celebrate the late poet Robert Burns, a national bard of Scotland who before his death in 1796 penned over 550 songs and poems.

Jeanette McCarthy: Administrator for the Assynt Crofters Trust

Jeanette McCarthy is the Administrator for the Assynt Crofters Trust, as well as a writer and painter.

'A Man in Assynt': the poems of Norman MacCaig

Norman MacCaig was born in Edinburgh, but it was his beloved Assynt that inspired much of his poetry.

John McCarthy: owner of Lochinver Landscapes

John McCarthy is a landscape photographer and set up art gallery Lochinver Landscapes in 2011.
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Ian Stewart: The history of Lochinver Larder

Previous owners Ian and Debra Stewart set up Lochinver Larder in 1986 and built a reputation for having the 'best pies in the land'.
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Kerr Blyth: KBA+D Architects For Lochinver Larder

Architect Kerr Blyth spends his week travelling for work and his weekend’s rock climbing, mountain biking and sea kayaking in the North West Highlands.

William Smith: Owner of Clachtoll Cottage

William Smith is a former teacher and owner of Clachtoll Cottage. He works as a Ski Patroller, Polar Guide and First Aid Trainer.
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