My work had a major inspirational kick from this expansive wood when I spent a solitary week at the Inschriach Bothy Project. It was great to return to this landscape, the scale of continuous indigenous forest is very immersive, I love being in the depths of a lilac trunked forest. Since the residency I have learned much about the ecology and variations of Scotland's pinewoods and on this visit I felt that less cultivated round topped canopies of old wood remnants were not very expansive. However a few areas I had visited previously up on the slopes felt wild, and the remnant around Lochan Uaine was incredibly beautiful. The numerous juniper was juniper an excellent bonsai forest to enjoy and I did hear and see highland parrot, the Red Cross Bill.