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UK Three Hats Cottage, Scotland - July 2014

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Second explore of the trip was this superb little derelict cottage, my jaw dropped when I had a little wander about!

The Cottage of Three Hats (Scotlands attempt of Belgiums 5 Hats)

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The views from this lonely cottage was simpy breath taking!

Thanks for looking!!

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Wicked stuff, amazing to think the kind of lives people must have lived in these cottages in these rural locations, marvellous :thumb

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