Twice in the last few years I’ve cycled past North Berwick Law and resisted the temptation of what must be one Scotland’s most stupendous little hills, topped with a whale jawbone. It was a splendid day for it. A furious wind on the summit. Bass Rock as clear as a button across the sea. The whale bone remains, more than 300 years since one was first placed here, although it isn’t the original and nor is it a genuine jawbone. Fake or not, is there another summit in the world that sports such an adornment?