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  • One senior source suggested that the sell-off could extend to the trust's 78,000 hectares of land and coastline, which includes famous wilderness areas such as Torridon in Wester Ross and Glencoe, as well as 35 gardens. independent review by George Reid, the former presiding officer of the Scottish parliament, was ordered last year when a major financial crisis forced the trust to lay off 45 staff and sell its prestigious grade-A listed headquarters on

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  • Torridon in Wester Ross is holding its first Winter Walking Festival 3–5 March, thetorridon.com/activities/Walking-Festival with a varied programme of guided walks, from gentle low-level hikes across frozen glens to more challenging ice-climbing expeditions, all departing from the Torridon Inn.

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  • Heli-biking, Ross-shireHighlands and Islands Adventures, known for its technical routes and lack of fear, is offering the UK's first heli-biking mountain-bike trip in Torridon, taking you deep into the remotest terrain without the hard work of cycling up it.

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  • Torridon -- which was always awash in bad weather -- we are as dry as a cork, and never once shipped a really heavy sea.

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  • The father and son supped together alone that night in the private parlour, for no one had dared to ask Lady Torridon to postpone her usual supper hour; and as soon as that was over and Chris had told what he had seen, with many silences, they went into the oak-room where Lady

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  • Lady Torridon had gone out silently after the chaplain, and Sir James and Chris walked across the Court together.

    The King's Achievement

  • Mary and her husband came over with their child, and the entire party, with the exception of the duellists themselves, settled down to watch the conflict between Lady Torridon and Beatrice Atherton.

    The King's Achievement

  • Lady Torridon was silent a moment, completely taken aback by the suddenness with which the battle had broken, and amazed by the girl's audacity.

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  • Lady Torridon was gone to her room; and the two girls were alone.

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  • Lady Torridon looked at her with an impassive face.

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