Christine came to live in the area over 40 years
ago. Apart from doing Bed and Breakfast she has also
been a partner in a sheepskin and deer skin tannery and
various craft type shops. She is interested in many
crafts mostly involving needles of various kinds but
regards gardening as a spectator sport!
Christine enjoys sharing her home with visitors and
meeting interesting people of all ages from all parts of
Cameron’s parents were both proud
Glaswegians and his maternal grandparents were
Highlanders from Cawdor near Inverness.
Due to his father’s career, Cameron experienced a
nomadic childhood. He was raised in Germany, England,
Malawi and the pleasant suburb of Georgetown in
Washington D.C. Despite the wonderful attractions of
places like these, Cameron fell in love with Scotland
when he returned to complete his secondary school
education and resurrected his connections with the
Cameron and Christine enjoy walking with their
playful Fox Red Labrador, Isabella, in the surrounding
hills. The people of Fort Augustus are very welcoming
and there is no better place to live in or visit.
Forestry Commission and Glengarry Heritage Centre
opened Daingean Trail in 2005.
Daingean’s history stretches back to the
period before the main Highland Clearances.
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