Outlandish Scotland Journey eBook Part 3

The Outlandish Scotland Journey travel guidebook is not yet finished.

However! To assist Outlanderites eager to begin planning their Outlandish Scotland holiday, we are publishing each of its Seven Parts as inexpensive Kindle eBooks when each part is completed.

Once the entire Outlandish Scotland Journey travel guidebook is completed, its full color paperback will become available, as well as a single Outlandish Scotland Journey eBook.

The Outlandish Scotland Journey eBook Part 3 is finished and available in our Books & Stuff Store (link above) as well as on Amazon.com!

We use Amazon’s Kindle eBook platform exclusively so that we can offer the final (complete) OSJ eBook for free, with purchase of the OSJ paperback on Amazon.

Outlanderites who use other eReader devices (such as Nook, Apple, Kobo, or Sony) can enjoy any of our eBooks by using the Free Kindle Reading app available on Amazon or in your favorite app store.



Part 3 of Outlandish Scotland Journey consists of Five Sites:
The Callanish Stones on the Isle of Lewis,
and four locations in the Scottish West Highlands.

Bullet01webBullet03web The Callanish Stones are rated both Great Site and Skip-It!

Bullet03web Dun Telve & Dun Troddan Brochs are rated Skip-It.

Bullet01web Glenfinnan, Fort William, & Glen Coe each are Great Site rated.

The chapters describing these five sites provide information important to making your holiday itinerary decisions.


Outlandish Scotland Journey eBook Part 3
Table of Contents


About Outlandish Scotland Journey (OSJ)
OSJ Parts and Outlandish Site Numbers
About the OSJ eBooks
OSJ Site Rating Icons
The Outlanderite Oath
Outlandish Extras
OSJ Fee Examples

PART THREE: The Callanish Stones & Scottish West Highlands

The Callanish Stones, Site #20: The Inspiration for the Craigh na Dun Standing Stones Seen on Screen

Dun Telve & Dun Troddan Brochs, Site #21: Examples of Ancient Scottish Brochs

Glenfinnan, Site #22: An Historic 1745 Jacobite Rising Location

Fort William, Site #23: A Novel Location

Glen Coe, Site #24: A Site Rich With Jacobite History


Outlandish Scotland Extras
Photography Credits
Copyright Information


We look forward to guiding Outlanderites to each of these marvelous places—and many, many more.

In the mean time …

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Happy Outlandering!