Over the weekend I went on a short hike in Bennachie. A rang of hills near Inverurie in Aberdeenshire, Scotland. With several marked trails around the hill range, we took the shortest one to the ‘Mither tap’ as we were short of time. On the side of the trail few wooden sculptures grabbed our attention. One of them had few letters sculpted on it. The hill having significance to the Bronze Age, we were curious to check the scribblings on the wooden structure.
And it turned out to be a geek’s handiwork who had sculpted a QWERTY keyboard on a tree trunk! 🙂
Stay tuned to details and photos of the hike to Bennachie.
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