The tiny hamlet of Lòsda in Aberdeenshire, Scotland to give it its Gaelic name, is not lost at all, although it does only comprise three houses, a monument and a small farm. The name derives from taigh òsda meaning a coaching inn, so people must have been stopping over to soak up the Lost climate for centuries.

The Lost people of this tiny village have only one problem to disturb them in their chilly mountains. Their Lost sign gets nicked so often they changed it to Lost Farm that hardly helped. The good news is the Lost sign is now back and welded to a pole. Thieves beware: these people throw tree trunks around for fun in caber tossing contests.