Tuesday, May 17, 2005

Lochwinnoch RSPB and Kaim Hill

Heather the weather said morning would be the best part of the day so Tom and I started a road outing from Dalgarven mill round to Beith and along to the RSPB visitors centre for a coffee and bird spotting, then along the cycle way back to Dalgarven.

The weather was still pleasant when I got back home so had a light lunch and got the MTB out over to the summit of Kaim hill (image above is todays panorama).
From the top of Kaim hill it's 1100ft and 1mile all downhill, absolutely fantastic, and not a drop of mud to be seen!! it just can't last.

Returned home over Goldenberry and along the beach track with a following wind.



Blogger Jinxx said...

That downhill section sounds brilliant.
The weather looks like it will be at its best in the morning, so will do the Belleisle, Old Railway Line, Rozelle and then the singletrack at the end of the golf course and home, hopefully before the rain

8:38 PM  
Blogger Whee said...

Have fun, thats what its all about ... I think?

9:22 PM  

Post a Comment

Subscribe to Post Comments [Atom]

<< Home

Free Web Site Counter
Free Counter