Thursday, 13 March 2014
|Upper Glen Devon res from our lunch spot|
It's a very fine walk out to Glen Bee if you take the right route, but what's missing from this photograph is the presence of...
|Upper Glen Devon Reservoir and Burnfoot Windfarm - soon to be extended by 8 turbines|
Posted by afootinthehills at 17:43
|Distant Ben Cleuch, (centre) from the road to the Glen Devon Reservoirs|
|Ben Cleuch and Ben Buck, right.|
Later, a buzzard was seen and heard, a common enough experience but never, ever, one to be taken for granted.
|The Law - for another day|
..... in the end we opted for Cleuch.
|Lower Glendevon Reservoir and Wether Hill|
We sat here soaking up the late afternoon sun. All was well with our world.
The trip was around 19km.
Monday, 10 March 2014
|Castlehill Reservoir - where the car is parked|
I'm not going to post much about the forthcoming trips other than briefly record the day out with a few photographs.
|The view to Whitewisp Hill from just below the cairn on Tarmangie Hill|
We had a grand day (18km) in spring sunshine, birds singing, shadows drifting over the hillsides.
Northwards the hills are plastered and gullies would be death on a stick I reckon. That said, if the mood takes us we might just take a drive further north and have a day on sunlit snow.
|Easter Downhill from Castlehill Reservoir|