Scottish Memories MAY 2009
Co v e r St o r y
Our front cover this month from
the lens of ace landscape photographer Dennis Hardley is a look at the rugged scenery round the MacLeod stronghold of Dunvegan Castle situated
on the island of Skye.
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Inside The Way West
Chiel, Fancy Thats,Wit And Wisdom
Jolly Jack Phosphorous
The Joker Is Wild
Sounds Of Scotland
That’s The Berries
The Outlander Lady
The Green Men
Dennis Hardley’s View Of The Month 24 A Bird Of Many Uses 28 Newsflash ’79 30 High Up On Gallow Hill 32 This Month In History,Time Capsule 34 The George Forbes Column 35 The Cappielow Riot 36 The Sound Of Silence 38 Supernatural Scotland,Time Capsule 39 Crowning Glories 40 Under Canvas 41 Mailbox 42 Poets Corner 43 Maydays 44 www.scottish-memories.co.uk
Next month in Scottish Memories
• Victims Of Honour
View Of The Month
• Corbie Craws • Looking For Lallybroch • Voyage Into The Unknown
• A Divine Glow • Hit Parade, 1963 June issue on sale Thursday, May 21st.
In this issue it is a spectacular panorama in the
West Highlands across Loch Carron with
Plockton village in the centre, backed by
the Applecross and Torridon hills; and can be seen in all its glory across pages 24 and 25.
on page 26