Tag Archives: countryside

March 2022 Snowdrops

We had the good fortune to visit Kilbryde Castle Gardens and see their abundant snowdrops.

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February 2022. Tay estuary walk at Newburgh.

We had a lovely walk through fields by the Tay at Newburgh on a beautiful blue sky day. It looked good enough to swim but was just above freezing!

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January 2022

Finally there was some snow in Scotland so on 5th January after consulting webcams and weather forecasts we set off to Glencoe. We found a little snow and saw a lovely sunset on the way home.

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December 2021

We finally went to visit Drumderg wind farm which we see from the top of the hill in our local park in Perth. It was a day of glorious blue skies with the snow clad high peaks gleaming in the background. Nice to see cattle on the farm too.

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November 2021

A month of few sunny days, but when there was sun we got out and about to Loch Fascally, Cloan Glen, the Firth of Forth and Drumpellier Country Park.

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September 2021

We had a glorious week in Glen Affric, home of the most complete Caledonian Pine forest in Scotland. The twelve mile walk round the loch was tiring but well worth the effort.

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August 2021

A cottage holiday in the Yorkshire Dales. So much to see!

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July 2021 Summer cloud

In July we had some cloud on the ground mornings and went for a forest walk around Binn Hill above the River Tay. Summer mists rather than autumn mists.

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May 2021

In the middle of the month we enjoyed a walk in Glen Isla. It was still early spring there.

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September 2020

September was a green and golden month with farmers rushing to do their harvests in between bouts of heavy rain. The grass looked unnaturally green. A highlight was a spitfire aircraft fly by to thank the NHS for their work.

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