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UK A Collection of Scottish Cottages #2 - July 2014

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Last Collection of pics from the tour of far reaches of Scotland.

Day 4 = Explore #15

Radio Cottage

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Fishermans Cottage

This was one of the best finds of the trip, a fully loaded cottage and even a gun!

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Woobly Cottage

This place shook with every step!

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Chaise Cottage

Scotlands version of Chaise Abbey, or not!

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Thanks for looking!!!

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