The primary purpose of the Rampant Scotland Directory is to provide an index of Scottish-related Web sites. However, over the years the editor has created a number of feature articles and resources on a wide range of subjects - from tourist guides to "famous Scots" and a history timeline. Here are the main ones:
Scotland for Tourists:
Airline Services Serving Scotland - where to fly to and from Scotland.
Castle Photo Library - Take the tour of 50+ good size photos of Scottish castles.
Castles to Stay In - 30+ castles in Scotland which offer accommodation.
Colours of Scotland - 28 flowers, berries, foliage and other plants in autumn/fall.
Edinburgh's Capital Christmas - Fairy-tale castle in a winter wonderland.
Edinburgh's Hogmanay - a massive street party - and lots more too.
Edinburgh Photo Library - Over 70 views of the main tourist attractions.
Flowers of Scotland - Twelve Months - blooms from every month of the year.
Flowers of Scotland - Spring - 100+ graphics of Scottish spring flowers.
Flowers of Scotland - Summer - Graphics of Scottish summer flowers.
Flowers of Scotland - Two Dozen Roses - 24 illustrations of rose trials in a Glasgow park.
Flowers of Scotland - Flipbooks - The technology turns the page for you.
Glasgow Flower Show - 18 pictures from the Victoria Park show.
Glasgow Photo Library - Over 70 views of Glasgow sights plus notes on each one.
Glasgow Winterfest - Brightening up the winter months to Hogmanay.
Haunted Scottish Castles - 30 Scottish castles - and their ghosts.
Outer Hebrides Islands> - Photos, lots of information and links.
Places to Stay - Up-market castles, hotels and trains.
Places to Eat - Restaurants great and small, worth going back to.
Places to Visit in Scotland - Illustrated guide to many tourist attractions.
Romantic Scotland - Follow in Madonna's footsteps.
Scottish Place Names and How to Pronounce Them - A tourist's guide.
Selection of the Best Scottish Web Sites - 50 of the best.
Video Slide Shows - Pictures from all over Scotland on the Rampant Scotland channel on YouTube.
Where Am I? - A picture quiz about Scottish places.
Bonnie Bloomin' Heather - 24 illustrations of one of Scotland's symbols.
Clan/Family Histories - For over 100 Scottish surnames.
Clans and Tartans FAQ - All about the clans and tartans of Scotland.
Did You Know?> - A miscellany of facts and information about Scotland.
The Gathering, 2009 - Clan Parade Slideshow
How to Organise a Burns' Supper - Guidance for 25 January.
Parliamo Scots?> - An introduction to everyday Scots language.
Poetry Resources - 200+ Scottish poems and biographies of some Scottish poets of note.
Researching Your Family Tree - How to find your Scottish roots.
St Andrew/Caledonian/Scottish Societies - Links to these organisations around the world.
Scottish Banknotes - The colourful history of this part of Scottish culture.
Scottish Battles - 40 conflicts that shaped Scotland.
Scottish Festivals - Start on 1 January and finish on Hogmanay.
Scottish Forenames - Origins of 100+ Scottish first names.
Scottish History - Massacre of Glencoe - Reverberating still.
Scottish Parliament - Yesterday and Today - From Robert the Bruce to Holyrood.
Scottish History - Ragman Rolls - Signed by 2000 nobles in 1296.
Scottish Myths and Legends - From Shellycoats to Nessie's Internet diary....
Scottish Placenames Round the World> - Examples from USA to Antartica.
Scottish Recipes - From drop scones and tablet to whisky toddy.
Scottish Songs - 150+ songs you know (almost) and love.
Symbols of Scotland - Graphics of kilts, tartans, thistles, flags, crowns, pipes and pipers - and more!
Tartan Day> - Events on 6 April in the US and elsewhere.
Timeline of Scottish History - Hundreds of Scottish historical events in chronological sequence.
Who Wants to be a Scottish History Expert? - a fun quiz to test and extend your knowledge.
Who Wants to be a Famous Scots Expert? - another quiz, this time about Scots who have made an impact.
Battle of Britain Air Display - 48 graphics from the Leuchars air show.
Edinburgh International Festival - Introduction to the largest arts festival in the world.
Edinburgh Fringe Festival - How it started, how it grew.
Edinburgh International Festival - Fireworks Concert - The traditional, spectacular end to the festival.
Enchanted Forest - Amazing Son et Lumière event in Perthshire woods.
Foot Stompin Celtic Music - specialises in the bright young stars of Scottish Traditional Music.
Harry Potter - J K Rowling created the magical Harry while living in Edinburgh.
Heart of Scotland Air Show - Held at Scone Airport, near Perth.
Hogmanay Around Scotland - Celebrations around the country.
Proverbs from Scotland - pithy phrases with a touch of humour.
Quotable Scots - Scores of quotations by and about the Scots.
Scottish Humour - A large selection of humour/humor...
Scottish Limericks - A wealth of examples with a Scottish flavour.
Scottish Tattoo 2003 - Pipes, drums, dancers, singers.
Screensavers and Windows Themes - 20 Scottish screensavers.
Webcam Views of Scotland - Live pictures from locations all around the country.
Burns and a' that - A Celebration of Life and Contemporary Scottish Culture
Famous Scots - From saints in the 6th century to Billy Connolly.
Enabling Services for Disabled - Web sites giving help and advice for the disabled in Scotland.
Kings and Queens of Scotland, England and France - A chronological "crib sheet" of the dates when they reigned.
Monarchs of Scotland - Short biographies, from Kenneth macAlpin in 843 to Queen Anne in 1707.
The Queen Mum's 100 Scottish Years> - An illustrated biography.
Gian Carlo Menotti - Italian-born composer who fell in love with Scotland.
Ian Rankin and Inspector Rebus - The best-selling author and the gritty Edinburgh detective.
The Write Stuff - Scottish Writers from Hugh MacDiarmid to J. K. Rowling
Where else would you like to go in Scotland?
News & Views>
All Features Index>
Castle Photo Library>
Castles To Stay In>
Did You Know?>
Family Tree Research>
Famous Scots Quiz>
Flowers of Scotland>
Glasgow Photo Library>
Great Places to Stay>
Great Places to Eat>
Inventions & Discoveries>
Monarchs of Scotland
Places to Visit>