Life in the Highlands

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Life in the Highlands

Postby Tyrone T Styngle on May 26th, 2012, 2:44 pm

Dear Tom,

I believe I once read a newspaper interview you did when making 'Monarch of the Glen', which indicated that you were staying at the time in the village of Kingussie. If correct, I would be interested to know your recollections of the place or any interesting experiences while there. Or, if nothing much happened, memories from your stay in the Highlands more generally.

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Re: Life in the Highlands

Postby Tom Baker on June 1st, 2012, 11:10 am

Dear Ty

Yes, we stayed near Kingussie. Not much happened there apart from Monarch of the Glen. I was a long way from home as we were living in the south of France at that time, so I was not in the mood for falling in love with the place. Even so, I was not immune to the beauty of the Highlands. Driving to work and seeing the stags in the early morning mist - breath-taking! The Highlands are always beautiful - even in the rain. And I enjoyed working with Susan Hampshire and all the others on Monarch of the Glen, so I have good memories of that time.

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