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David Lintern

Bothies, which are managed by a charity called the Mountain Bothies Association, vary in their appointment; very few have beds, running water or a toilet, and most are simply rudimentary, water-tight shelters unlocked for courteous use by walkers. As most were crofting or gamekeepers' cottages, they are found in some of the most remote places in Britain.


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