The weird side of life on Loch Tay

The weird side of life on Loch Tay

To mark Friday the 13th, in a leap year, just after a full moon, this blog post is going to talk about some of the weirder things that have happened on Loch Tay. Building and living on a crannog is a peculiar thing to do in itself, and being out on the water gives you...

Firbush dendrochronological results

This year our work at Firbush crannog revealed a group of very well preserved and tidy horizontal timbers. You can check out a 3D model HERE. Lab analysis has demonstrated that they are all alder timbers, and mostly relatively short-lived – most around 30–50 years...