SAMUEL'S STONE, GLEN NEVIS, SCOTLAND. (See comments box story)

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Roy Pledger on December 29, 2011

On the south side of Glen Nevis near Fort William in Scotland there is a huge, man high, glacial boulder. Officially called Samuel’s Stone it appears to commemorate an old battle. A notice alongside tells us that it is a ‘Stone of Council’ and a ‘Wishing Stone’. Apparently one runs round the stone three times to make a wish.

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  • Uploaded on December 29, 2011
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    by Roy Pledger
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