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Stromness waterfront, Scotland

Stromness waterfront, Scotland

The Further Bus in San Francisco, 1960s

It's hard to think that Ken Kesey's Merry Pranksters trip aboard Further took place back in They carried the Timothy Leary-Richard Alpert LSD message across the country in a legendary mission recorded in Tom Wolfe's "Electric Kool-Aid Acid Test.

Ambleside, Lake District, England

Ambleside, Lake District, England

A Coast to Coast Walk - St. Bees to Robin Hood's Bay, England.

A Coast to Coast Walk - St. Bees to Robin Hood's Bay, England.

bathroom door shallow storage. A+ idea for camper!

bathroom door shallow storage. A+ idea for camper!

Coucher de soleil... Plage du Bois de Cise... La magie de la baie de Somme...

Coucher de soleil... Plage du Bois de Cise... La magie de la baie de Somme...

Portree Skye, Scotland

Winter in Portree, Skye, Scotland. Portree is the largest town on Skye in the Inner Hebrides of Scotland. It is the location for the only secondary school on the Island, Portree High School.

The Standing Stones at Callanish This one can be found on Isle of Lewis which is the part of the Outer Hebrides in Scotland. This megalithic structure must be one of the most popular spots to visit in the region. It consists of 12 standing stones and one central stone. The area is rich in stone circles of similar structure. The legend says that giants once inhabited the island, but were turned into stones by St Kieran.

Your free ultimate must see Scottish list when planning the first trip to Scotland. Don't miss out on those iconic Scottish landmarks.

Kilkee Cliffs, Ireland

Kilkee Cliffs, Ireland

St. Kilda Sea Stacks Standing Strong at Sea, Scotland

St. Kilda Sea Stacks Standing Strong at Sea, Scotland

Drumcarbit, near Malin on the Inishowen Peninsula, one of the finest carvings in Ireland. Ten rings and two ‘gutters’ or lines extending from a central cup-mark. The stone appears to have been quarried from the bedrock and has been moved in recent years from its former position at surface level in a ditch when the lane it was part of seems to have been removed. It took three trips to locate this back in 2008

Drumcarbit, near Malin on the Inishowen Peninsula, one of the finest carvings in Ireland. Ten rings and two ‘gutters’ or lines extending from a central cup-mark. The stone appears to have been quarried from the bedrock and has been moved in recent years from its former position at surface level in a ditch when the lane it was part of seems to have been removed. It took three trips to locate this back in 2008

On the beautiful side road from Clifden to Roundstone, Connemara.

On the beautiful side road from Clifden to Roundstone, Connemara.

Daevid Allen

Daevid Allen