The author has lived in Mid-Argyll since the early 1970s, raising two daughters with his Argyll-born wife. He has been a gardener, farm worker, mental health worker, woodland contractor, and disabled countryside access advisor—for which he earned two major Scottish Awards. The author has had two books on Scottish native trees published. Currently, in semi-retirement, he runs a music club in Mid Argyll which involves people with disabilities and health issues.
Only the Ancestors
Hugh Graham lived from the start of the 20th century to the start of the 21st, in the sea-girt Highland Parish of North Knapdale in Argyll, Scotland. Great changes occurred in his lifetime, and the centuries before – changes in land use and culture that saddened him, even angered him, but he had e...