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I can neither confirm nor deny that there are connections between Knoydart and Glenborrydale.

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There's a documentary about some of the connections on the Beeb right now.

https://www.bbc.co.uk/iplayer/episode/b00ml4yv/whisky-galore
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This is the kind of thing we have to put up with, the latest comment on our Glastonbury YouTube lecture

Guestar 2 weeks ago
To suggest there were "no roads" about in the Bronze Age is preposterous. If you didn't know the way there, you would simply ASK, the locals!

Well, it's not us that suggest there were no roads in the Bronze Age, it is archaeologists who can, with tiny corduroy exceptions, find no trace of them. We actually make no comment either way. But the idea of asking the locals "Which way are the copper mines in North Wales?" or "Am I on the right road for Cornwall?" is certainly preposterous. One does though admire the forthright confidence of the bloke (why do I suspect it's a bloke?)
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