If you’re ever near the Scottish town of Comrie, talk a short stroll along the A85 (heading towards Lochearnhead), but then take the minor road signed to The Ross and Dalrannoch, which crosses a delightful stone arched bridge.
Ignore the minor road on the right (to Dalchonzie) but continue ahead, and follow this minor road around to the right, through the hamlet of the Ross. After a few minutes, you’ll pass a small field on the right, and perched on a mound is a small hut. Welcome to Earthquake House, and its fascinating part it played in the story of how earthquakes were first measured.
For more information, check out my feature in Celtic Life International about the importance of this tiny stone hut.