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Linda Watson

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I had lived in the same small village in South Yorkshire for 54 years. I had a good career as a primary school teacher and enjoyed every minute until I got ill and had to retire. Then life became quite dull and uninteresting. Once I was better I was ready for a new challenge. However, I had no idea just how many challenges were coming my way!

In 2002, my partner, Richard, and I bought a small piece of Scotland called Low Arvie. It was nominally a farm. but in reality just a wet and boggy piece of marshland. Already in our 50s we set about creating our new life on this plot and now we have built a small but successful business and a satisfying life for ourselves.

How did we do it? By a lot of hard work and a lot of help from the community
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Well, went down to Pringles (both books) for the usual Thursday nighter with Graham (both books), but on my own as Richard stayed in bed with a DVD and three slices of toast. When I got there, Mark the shooter (comes up periodically from Liverpool to cull the deer) was there and had just found out about my books and wanted to buy one of 'The Ladies'. Of course, I just happened to have one in th... Read more of this blog post »
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The Ladies of Low Arvie: Li...

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“Everything is relative' said the cosmic onion. 'Well, you're no relative of mine', said Dougal, huffily. - The Magic Roundabout”
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