Boxing Day, known as Là an Dreathain (Day of the Wrens) in Gaelic. Today, walking in the woods, I saw no wrens but other small birds hopped through branches lit by the low, orange tinted, winter sun. I savoured that warmth of colour, somewhat lacking in heat though it was.
100 day geochaching challenge – Day12 cache: Ex-Bridge A quick dash at the end of the day to pick up this cache. These lovely primroses were growing right on top of it.
100 day geochaching challenge – Day11 cache: The gate to no where I was only the third cacher to find this one! I'm closing in on that elusive FTF (first to find) - maybe one day soon. It was another lovely, bright evening in another local, yet unfamiliar location. The co-ordinates were off but I'm getting the hang… Continue reading Third to find!
100 day geochaching challenge – Day5 cache: 5 Sisters View This was a dash & cache for me tonight, just around the gloamin time. The soft slope of the auld Oakbank bing was bright with patches of yellow, both from the coconut scented gorse and from the patches of wildflowers (cowslips I think). It was a… Continue reading Gorse in the gloamin-time
A few weeks of gorgeous sunshine followed by one week of constant rain has resulted in my wee garden looking like the virgin forests of the upper Amazon. Everything seems to have doubled in size since yesterday! Grass needs trimming and plants need pruning but the rain hasn't let up for days. So my wee… Continue reading Rainforest