Birks of Aberfeldy

by David Allen November. 24, 2018 228 views

Taken in 2008 on a walk through the Birks of Aberfeldy. It is fun on a cold and misty November day to go through old pictures and find ones that were overlooked at the time.

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Abigail Gossage 1 year, 8 months ago

Does Birk mean forest?  You are expanding my vocabulary 😃

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David Allen Replied to Abigail Gossage 1 year, 8 months ago

It means a beech tree or beech wood. I think in the context it just means a wood. It is Scottish usage probably Norse origin and then in middle English.

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