Category Archives: Scottish Islands

Scotland’s 162 Islands Slept On 

In September 2003, I embarked upon my adventure to become the first person not only to land but also sleep on all of Scotland’s 162 islands that are 40 hectares and above, firmly believing that the islands would allow me … Continue reading

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Sleeping Under The Stars – Remote UK Locations

Sleeping under the stars in remote locations is one of the delights of life. In the UK I have slept on many remote uninhabited islands, at extreme points, tripoints and on the summits of counties. Boreray, St Kilda Take a look … Continue reading

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Scottish Islands

In September 2003, I embarked upon my adventure to become the first person not only to land but also sleep on all of Scotland’s 162 islands that are 40 hectares and above, firmly believing that the islands would allow me … Continue reading

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Pock Post – Strangeways Whisky

Strangeways Whisky has received coverage in this weeks Pock Post.

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Strangeways Whisky

I am honoured to announce that Fox Fitzgerald Whisky Trading Company have named their new Cask Range after me. “Our inspiration for our collection came from Andy Strangeway the first man to reach and stay on all of Scotland’s 162 … Continue reading

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Bass Rock

In recent years I am only aware of one other person spending a night on Bass Rock. My night on the island on 2/3 September 2008 was a rather wet affair. This was compensated by the close up views of the … Continue reading

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Inchcolm

The year after I completed my 4 year adventure around Scotland’s major islands I became interested in some of the smaller islands.  With a regular tourist boat to Inchcolm, Firth of Forth, my 3rd night in a bivy bag did not have … Continue reading

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