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Spirit Of Highland Cattle

Author : Heidi M. Sands
ISBN : 0857100548
Genre : Highland cattle
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The Highland cow is one of the most recognisable breeds of cattle in the world. Heidi M. Sands, who has worked in the farming community of Northeast Scotland for more than two decades, here captures the spirit of Highland cattle through 60 images and informative text.
Category: Highland cattle

Highland Cows Are My Spirit Animal Blank Lined Journal Notebook Cow Notebook Ruled Writing Book Notebook For Cow Lovers Cow Gifts

Author : Booki Nova
ISBN : 1090565631
Genre : Juvenile Fiction
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This handy 6" x 9" lined notebook is A great inexpensive gift idea for any occasion.it makes a great birthday, Thanksgiving, Christmas or couple anniversary Gift For Cow lovers 6X9 inch, 110 pages, lightly lined, matte softcover
Category: Juvenile Fiction

Raw Spirit

Author : Iain Banks
ISBN : 9781448183432
Genre : Travel
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A fascinating journey through Scotland's famous distilleries with legendary author Iain Banks No true Scotsman can resist the allure of the nation's whisky distilleries. In an absorbing voyage as interesting to non-drinkers as to true whisky connoisseurs, sci-fi and literary author Iain Banks explores the rich heritage of Scottish whisky, from the largest and most famous distilleries to the smallest, most obscure operations. Whisky is more than a drink: it's a culture, a binder that joins together people, places and products far across Scotland's rugged terrain. Switching from cars to ferries to bicycles, Banks crisscrosses his homeland, weaving an engrossing narrative from the strange people, fascinating traditions, and downright bizarre places he encounters on his journey down Scotland's great golden road.
Category: Travel

Spirit Of Place

Author : Charles MacLean
ISBN : 9781781012307
Genre : Cooking
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A wide-ranging and evocative portrait of Scotland's distilleries, with text by renowned whisky expert Charles MacLean and photographs by Lara Platman and Alan MacDonald. Treating Scotland as eight distinct regions, this fascinating book describes the 'cultural terroir' of the country's fifty greatest distilleries; the ingredients, practices and traditions that result in such an exquisite range of whiskies. Specially commissioned photographs capture the texture of the surrounding landscapes and communities through the changing seasons, as well as portraits of those craftsmen who work there, and the fabric of the buildings themselves. Spirit of Place is a unique addition to the literature on Scotch whisky, from the world's greatest expert on the subject. The perfect gift for anyone planning a tour of Scotland's distilleries, a souvenir for anyone who has visited them, and simply the perfect companion to a dram at home.
Category: Cooking

Spirit And Spice

Author : Ghillie Basan
ISBN : 9781999633752
Genre : Cooking
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Ghillie Basan's Spirit & Spice is a portrait of family living and eating in the Scottish Highlands, inspired by the country’s fabulous produce, wild food and whisky.
Category: Cooking

Spirit Of Meradoon

Author : Margaret Douglas
ISBN : 9781449764692
Genre : Juvenile Fiction
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The Biggs family vacations in Scotland, and instead of a tourist trap, prefer to stay in a remote location. When an idyllic cottage overlooking Loch Meradoon is available at the height of the season, they believe it will be perfect for their first visit to the Highlands. Assured of a quaint cottage surrounded by beautiful views, it seems a dream to be near both the loch and the romantic, ruined Castle of Meradoon. One misty morning the children, Emma and Thomas, decide to explore the eerie castle. Thomas, two years younger than Emma, isn’t thrilled about climbing around the musty, smelly, ugly, old ruin. But Emma is keen to do something different and exciting on this vacation, something they’d never do at home. When they get inside, they encounter something beyond their wildest imaginings. They are immediately propelled into a series of adventures: exciting, mysterious, puzzling, and even frightening. As this memorable vacation draws to a close, the children receive a special gift, a gift so unique it comes with life-changing consequences.
Category: Juvenile Fiction

Spirit And Nature

Author : Timothy Hessel-Robinson
ISBN : 9781606088845
Genre : Religion
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Spirit and Nature is a collection of essays exploring how the resources of Christian spirituality can inform the practice of a more ecologically sustainable faith. Our current ecological situation calls for people of religious faith to reexamine the way they envision the practice of spirituality. As environmental ethicists have called us to reconsider the human-Earth relationship so that the planet is not seen as simply an endless supply of resources to fill human wants and needs, so these essays call us to reconsider spiritual practice as it relates to Earth's ecology. Rather than viewing spirituality as an escape from the material world, the authors describe the embodiment of the God-quest within the human-nature relationship. Drawing on diverse disciplinary perspectives, these essays examine a variety of topics, including the relationship between Earth and humans in the Bible, the role of nature's beauty in Christian spirituality, the practice of Christian discernment and contemplation in light of the natural sciences, the role of nature in liturgical prayer, and others. These essays consider how scholarship in Christian spirituality can contribute to re-imaging faith in ways that better cherish the Earth's fragile beauty.
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Place Nature And Spirit A Lake District Experience

Author : Nigel Hammett
ISBN : 9781105608667
Genre : History
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This book uses some of the poetry of William Wordsworth to examine the changed aesthetic of landscape at the heart of the Romantic Era. Wordsworth was the greatest figure of the English Lake District and his work looked forward to the conservationist and environmental movement of the modern era.
Category: History

West Highland Cattle

Author : John MacKenzie Anderson
ISBN : CORNELL:31924058823125
Genre : Technology & Engineering
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Category: Technology & Engineering