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A steading usually means the barns, stables, cattle-yards of a farm according to Webster’s dictionary. A cairn is a pile of rocks or stones that is raised up from the ground.

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View of the hills.

 
       
 

Another view of the hills with bracken.

 
       
 

A view from the top looking down onto a disused railway viaduct.

 
       
 

Another view.

 
       
 

Another view.

 
       
 

Scotland has many of these cairns on tops of hills.

 
       
 

A view from the top following the river.

 
       
 

A view of the hills.

 
       
 

Another view.

 
       
 

Another view of the hills.

 
       
 

Another view.

 
       
 

Autumn is coming and the trees are changing their colour.

 
       
 

Autumn along the side of the river.

 
       
 

Another view.

 
       
 

The mist starting to come into the hollows on the hills. These conditions can be bad news for gathering sheep.

 
       
 

The house at the farm nestling in a sheltered area.

 
       
 

Looking down at the steading from further up the hill. Note the forestry all around the hills.

 
       
 

The steading.

 
       
 

Another view.

 

 

 
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