Llamas near Balquhidder Mhor Lodge? You Bet!
Whilst wandering down the Roy Roy Way above Mhor 84 from Balquhidder Mhor Lodges, we stumbled upon these three Peruvian visitors.... very handsome (or pretty), couldn't figure that one out.....did you know...antibodies from llamas were found to stop coronavirus entering human cells....
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Ben A'an - probably the most rewarding short hill walk in the Trossachs
Ben A'an is only a 30 minute drive from Balquhidder Mhor Lodges and is a great hill walk for families. This small mountain stands at 1491 feet tall, and it's exposed pointed summit gives a great 360 degree view of the Trossachs over Loch Katerine, Loch Achray and towards Ben Lomond
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Loch Lomond Spring Fest - April 1st and 2nd
Loch Lomond Spring Fest is back this year on Saturday 1st and Sunday 2nd April. This free festival packs in two days of fun, food, drink and entertainment for all the family, including market stalls, live entertainment, Whisky and Gin tasting, Kids entertainment, Cooking demonstrations, World Street food and much more.... just an hours drive from Balquhidder Mhor Lodges
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Alas, poor Yorick! I knew him well....
Couldn't resist the quotation.... in this case, Yorick's skull is actually a moss helmet pulled off one of the tree stumps! One of of guests was photographed in this pose whilst walking on the old drovers road near Balquhidder Mhor Lodges
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Heather McDermott - New Bespoke Jewellery in Callander - Gifts for Mother's Day?
Callander has a great new addition on the High Street, Heather McDermott Bespoke Jewellery. Heather hand crafts her own designs in her shop on the Main Street of Callander. You can pop in for a visit if local, or check out her website at www.heathermcdermott.co.uk , @HeatherMcdermo5
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