On rising at dawn in the shieling, why think, much less determine, where at night we are to lay down our head?
A corruption, probably from carn, a cairn; aridh, a shieling.
I was reminded by the shieling and its happy inmate, of one of my father's experiences, as communicated to me by Uncle James.
There are a few sheep, a shepherd, and so there must be a shieling.
Scarce a half mile from us a shieling was to be seen on the shoulder of the mount.
There is but one human creature in that shieling, but he is not at all solitary.
Then he'll ask, "Whereabouts is your sheepcote and shieling?"
Yet the shieling is inhabited, and has been so by the same person for a good many years.
Among his love-poems the “shieling Song” is deservedly famous.
There was no house known to them nearer than the shieling at Lowtherslacks, about two miles distant.