Wednesday, September 27, 2006

A glorious walk to Fairlie

Fungus in Fairlie wood

In lovely clear air and blue skies testerday Anne and I had a walk over the hills to Fairlie. It was all go up on the moor but in a quiet way.
We had a chat to a model flier on the side of Glentane, his model was a cute little radio controlled sea gull and he was trying to make best use of the slope and breeze.
Up on the side of Kaim hill a paraglider was also taking full advantage of the steady breeze and getting well above Kaim hilltop.
The fishing on Glenburn reservior was busy and there were some more model fliers on the ridge above the track to Fairlie, its nice to see folk enjoying themselves in that quiet outdoor way without fuss and noise.
There were loads of fungi about so took some pictures again, one had a furry yellow surface and oozed liquid. I kept well clear.

View Pictures here.


Blogger Jinxx said...

Well at least someone got a use for the wind.
Might stick a sail on me bike

11:53 PM  
Blogger Whee said...

Cool clear and breezy just how. I like it for a walk

11:46 PM  

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