Scotland Sketchbook, Post 32, Carse House and Loch Stormaway, South Knapdale, Scotland
As we continued along the road past Loch Stornoway once more, I had to stop and photograph a very large stone stable along the roadside that we had passed earlier in the day. Being an equestrian, I was fascinated, and learned later from Duncan, after returning home to the U.S., that there possibly could be a connection here, too. The stable was part of the Carse House Estate where my ancestors may have also been tenants.
The CCEF Scotland Tour 2017 was incredible! Scotland was all that I had dreamed of finding and so much more! The 2020 tour is already in the planning, so when it’s time, be sure to go! You don’t want to miss it! Many, many thanks to His Grace, the Duke of Argyll for hosting us in such a way that we felt welcomed home! Thanks to the marvelous tour organizers, Carl Guilford, CCNA President, and Cari Campbell! Thank you to the Friends of the Argyll Papers, to Diarmid and Alison! Thank you, with a very grateful heart, to Duncan Beaton for your diligent research, enthusiasm for the history of Scotland and the Campbell Family! Thank you, John Campbell of Kilberry, for your warm help and assistance to a fellow Campbell looking for her roots in Kilberry!