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Locations for the Outlander book series. Another pinner said: Diana Gabaldon's, Outlander Series Locations ~ Jamie and Claire Fraiser ~ Loved the books may have to see the sites! I absolutely love this series!

I actually had a mild debate with a friend over certain Scotts having Norse roots, because my character Sean O'Connor in Windy City Heat claims this heritage. His mother, Bridget's family hails form that northern end of Scottland that Norse invaded.

A Medieval Ethnicity Map of Scotland : Scottish origins, Scottish ancestry, Scottish genealogy, Scottish clan map

Kinlochbervie.  Our tips for fun things to do in Scotland: http://www.europealacarte.co.uk/blog/2010/12/30/things-scotland/

View of mountains, Foinaven, Arkle and Ben Stack from Badcall, Kinlochbervie - Sutherland, Scotland

"River Spirit Showing the Forth" sculpture by Andy Scott - The metal lady holds a squiggle that forms a "map" of the River Forth (a 29 mile long river in Scotand) in Clackmannanshire, Scotland.

Public art from Andy Scott on clackmannanshire roundabouts photographed by John Lamont

Melrose Abbey Archways

Melrose Abbey in the Scottish Borders, Scotland (Andrew Wood Photography)

Scotland Loch Ness - just because I gotta go.

Scotland Loch Ness as seen from the southern end of Urquhart Castle on a suitably blustery day. -- it was so amazing to walk around this old, run down castle overlooking Loch Ness

Scotland Really Is A Place To Love, Here Are Some Reasons Why

Scotland Really Is A Place To Love, Here Are Some Reasons Why

The Kelpies: two 30-meter-tall horse head sculptures near Felkirk, Scotland

Ethereal horses tower over Scottish park

Huge Kelpies Sculpture - designed by Glasgow-based artist Andy Scott, ‘pay homage to the working horses of Scotland’, Grangemouth, Scotland

The Kelpies - two 30 meter tall horse head sculptures in Scotland

"The Kelpies" by Andy Scott. The Kelpies are 30 metre high horse head sculptures, the largest equine sculptures in the world, which stand next to the Forth and Clyde Canal in Falkirk, Scotland