Tuesday, 9 August 2016
Take an Inch
Take an 'inch' in Scots and its derived from the Gaelic innis for 'island'. St Serf's Inch is in Loch Leven, in the south-east of Perth & Kinross, and was for many years a centre of the Culdee customs - a particularly ascetic form of monasticism. The Augustinian traditions took over in the 12th Century with the ending of the earlier Irish ways.
Scottish Islands Explorer - features so many inches, gives almost a mile
Digital Edition: distance is no problem