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Fred and Sarah Longrigg You can now Search this complete site via our blog

We live in the beautiful country of Scotland, close to the start of the West Highland Way,  a long-distance footpath.

We would like to share with you our love of wild places in Scotland, our interests in natural history and art, and our garden, which is visited by ducks and other wild birds.

The picture on the right was taken on the Isle of Eigg, where Fred was living when we met.

Sarah draws and paints, and she also took a course in multimedia and web design. She studies seashells and wild flowers, especially orchids. She also created all the images on these pages (and owns the copyright), apart from pictures of herself, which were taken by Peggy Dawe, and of rotifers, which were taken by Fred.

Fred is a wood turner and carver. His natural history interests are particularly in microscopic aquatic animals called rotifers.

We are vegan, so we avoid eating food containing meat, fish or dairy ingredients, or using any animal products. Why am I vegan? You can also see why at the Viva! website and our own Special creatures pages.

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last updated 14/01/2013