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In Search of BurningbushIn Search of Burningbush A deeply moving true-life tale of courage, wisdom, and friendship between two men united by their love of golf. Critically acclaimed In Search of Burningbush is a beautifully written true-life story of an unlikely friendship between two men with nothing in common except a consuming and abiding passion for the links. Michael, a successful young journalist, and Don, a middle-aged card dealer with brittle-bone disease, go to Scotland in search of the mystical course “Burningbush.” As Don struggles with his physical challenges, Michael struggles to keep the game, and life, in perspective.

In Search of the Clearance HighlandersOn the Crofter's Trail: In Search of the Clearance Highlanders In the Clearances of the 19th century, crofts, once the mainstay of Highland life in Scotland, were swept away as the land was put over to sheep grazing. The agony of the Clearances and the crofters' epic migration to Canada is the subject of this book. For several generations the people of the Highlands and islands of Scotland were forced from their homes by landowners in the Clearances. Many fled to Nova Scotia and beyond. The book's author set out to discover how many of their stories survive in the memories of their descendants. He travelled through 21 islands in Scotland and Canada, many thousands of miles of moor and glen, and the book presents the words of men and women of both countries as they recount the suffering of their forbears. Search Scotland.

Search ScotlandIn Search of Scotland Looking to close a travel writing gap of over a hundred years, H. V. Morton goes In Search Of Sscotland, a land to which he is a complete stranger. A characteristically engaging adventure in a landscape at turns enchanted and without mercy. Amongst many entertaining encounters, he describes a sincere Scottish breakfast served beneath a portrait of Queen Victoria, sings Jacobite rebel songs late into the night at a hotel in Fort Augustus and comes across the most grotesque signpost in the British Isles: The Village of Glencoe Scene of The Famous Massacre Teas and Refreshments, Tobacco and Cigarettes, Anecdotal, leisurely, full of character and event, insight and information, this is travel writing of the very highest order. Search Scotland.

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