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Bruce, Meg and Me free pdf Craving an escape from everyday life, Gregor Ewing writes a personal account of his 1,000 mile walk over nine weeks with collie Meg that takes them through the central belt of Scotland, literally following in Robert the Bruce's footsteps. From Kintyre, Arran and Ardrossan north to Ayr through Glasgow to Fort William and Elgin, south to Inverurie, Aberdeen and Dundee, over the Forth to Edinburgh and Berwick upon Tweed then east through Roxburghshire to Bannockburn, Gregor frames his expedition with historical background that follows Robert the Bruce's journey to start a campaign which led to his famous victory seven years later.

About Gregor Ewing

GREGOR EWING has combined his passion for the outdoors with his love of Scottish history in undertaking the six-week journey that led to his first book Charlie, Meg and Me. Always looking to widen his knowledge of Scotland's past, he is as happy trawling through a tome by a warm fire as he is exploring ruins and battlefields. His outdoor exploits were initially a means of gaining fitness, but after completing the Duke of Edinburgh award and steadily ticking ofF Munros, he has come to appreciate the beauty and freedom of Scotland's remote landscapes more than ever. Gregor is based in Falkirk, where he works in property management and lives with his wife, Nicola, their three daughters, Sophie, Kara and Abbie, and their dogs, Meg and Ailsa.

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Author : Gregor Ewing
Publisher : Luath Press Ltd
Data Published : 10 June 2015
ISBN : 1910021806
EAN : 9781910021804
Format Book : PDF, Epub, DOCx, TXT
Number of Pages : 192 pages
Age + : 15 years
Language : English
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