Today Emily and I took our canoe out on Loch Tarsan, having packed the stove, the kettle and some marshmallows to toast over a fire.
It was a lovely day, and the head of the loch was shallow and warm (ish) so we also had a swim. Not a soul for miles, just the two of us, and wild creatures- an eagle overhead, and fish jumping at flies.
Store it up in the memory.
An ordinary day, me and my girl, loaded up with blessings.
HI CHRIS YOU LOOKED LIKE A MAN ROWING IN THE YUKON EXCEPT IT WAS WHAT IS ON ALL OUR DOORSTEPS. I HAVE JUST RETURNED FROM A FEW DAYS ON THE sOLWAY FIRTH ONE OF SCOTLANDS BEST KEPT SECRETS IT MADE ME REALISE ANEW WHAT A FANTASTIC COUNTRY WE HAVE TO EXPLORE I EVEN VISITED A BHUDIST MONASTERY.
Yes- we are indeed fortunate in our country! I have spent some time in the Solway firth area, but not for many years. Perhaps a return is over due!
I agrre with you Vince.So much beauty on my doorstep yet i rarely venture out of the city to have a look
Hey guys- I’ll lend you an old canoe!