A Christmas dip, since the hills were so wild today. The last shot was indeed me running out of the water as it was so bloody cold 🥶.
Teacher Health and Well-being
Best start to a school in-service day in a while. 🏊♂️
Is There a Ferry to Lochindorb?
Stromeferry. Queensferry. The Ferry in Inverness (now known as Merkinch). What do they have in common? Well they all used to have a boat to take people and goods across a body of water. I think the word ferry comes from the Norse "to carry" and I love seeing the word and finding out all … Continue reading Is There a Ferry to Lochindorb?
Into the Angus Glens for a warming saunter up Cat Law and then a cool down dip in Reekie Linn.
The Headland of the Great Seas
The translation of the Gaelic name for the area gives some indication of the lie of the land we're talking about if you've never been, or indeed never heard, of this remote, beautiful and charming part of the world. It's area that clearly does it's own thing. It's local distillery isn't open at the weekend. … Continue reading The Headland of the Great Seas
On the Pool
The clouds concealed the blue sky that was no doubt shining up above the grey barrier. This was the one recent morning that our weather hadn't seen us blessed with sunshine and warmth. And this was the morning I chose to visit the tidal pool at Pittenweem. Not so much poor planning, it just so … Continue reading On the Pool
Cottongrass and Cloudberries
A walk around Sgairneach Mhor and Beinn Udlamain in the heat.
Lock Skeen Sun
As I left my house this morning, I was dreaming of a Texas sun. Or at least that was the song I was listening to, by Khruangbin, as I drove south to pick up Dave and then on to the car park at the Grey Mare's Tail, near Moffat. Our packs laden with food and … Continue reading Lock Skeen Sun