There is a beautiful bay about 500m to the north of the Achmelvich campsite in Assynt. It’s sheltered from the wind by cliffs on three sides, the water is beautiful and clear and the sand is so clean and white. - See more at: http://www.wildswimming.co.uk/map/achmelvich/#sthash.tFgS1NRq.dpuf
I had this on google + before I deleted gmail. Anyway, I want to be able to find this again in five years (hopefully sooner?) when I have to reread all the books when Winds of Winter comes out some day.
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Tent London and gallery The Lightbox have announced the shortlisted projects in a competition to design a pavilion at the gallery in Woking, UK. The shortlisted projects will be on show alongside other entries at The Lightbox from 31 March until 12 April. Above: IN & EDIT Architecture. The winning design will be announced on
Royal Horticultural Society (RHS) Gardens, Hyde Hall, Essex: This windswept garden, which is maintained to the highest standard by the RHS, displays a wide variety of horticultural styles. These range from naturalistic planting of grasses and perennials, an acclaimed dry garden built on this most challenging of sites, wide herbaceous borders, a small lake with surrounding planting, a moist dell garden and formal rose beds. Details: Although the main cultivated part of this 360 acre garden…