Walks Blog – Nov 2021

Late Afternoon Reflections …
Catching the last of the daylight by Ardgathen this afternoon. Grateful not to be facing a fourth night without heat and light and sparing a thought for the many who are.
Alison’s Facebook post: bit.ly/3xAIU0Z , 29th November, 2021

Tullynessle Trail …
Walking near Tullynessle earlier in the week – before the winter arrived … 😂💙
Alison’s Facebook post: bit.ly/3len7aq , 26th November, 2021

Flower Power …
Winter well and truly arrived today as Storm Arwen reached us. While we sit inside wondering, as the lights dip, how long we’ll continue to have power for, I can’t help but marvel at these hardy wee summer plants still hanging on in there by the front door …! 💙😊
Alison’s Facebook post: bit.ly/3HZEnKj , 26th November, 2021

Weather Mixed …!
Re-doing our walking route at Dess. A four seasons kind of afternoon weather-wise … 🌦😊💙
Alison’s Facebook post: bit.ly/30FUtIw , 20th November, 2021

Ebike Expedition …
Out on the ebike early yesterday, at 4C it was a chilly one but a bonny one. The views from Airlie Hill, even in early winter, showing off the fertile Howe of Alford countryside … 💙😊
Alison’s Facebook post: bit.ly/3cu7zus , 18th November, 2021

Walk (171) River Divie-Dunphail Castle-Randolph’s Leap (Moray)
This is a very special and scenic walk along the banks of the Rivers Divie and Findhorn, with a fascinating and stimulating mix of historical and environmental features to enjoy and appreciate along the way … 🙂
John’s Facebook post: bit.ly/3kRnW91 , 18th November, 2021

Walk (170) Rafford-Califer Viewpoint Circular (Moray)
This is a very pleasant ramble in typical lowland Moray countryside. The route takes a wide circumference around the ruin of Blervie Castle, with the high tower often in sight across fields on the walker’s left side. The undoubted focal point on the route is the celebrated viewpoint on Califer Hill, where there is a marvellous vista over the Forres area, with Findhorn Bay particularly prominent, and with the cliffs of the ‘Black Isle’ and the Sutors of Cromarty further away over the Moray Firth, providing an impressive backdrop. On a clear day, the hills of Caithness are visible … 🙂
John’s Facebook post: bit.ly/3Hytq24 , 15th November, 2021

River Divie Delights …
Autumn colours along the banks of the rivers Divie and Findhorn on our walk to and from the ruin of Dunphail Castle yesterday … 🙂
John’s Facebook post: bit.ly/3oC7Xg7 , 12th November, 2021

Whisky Central …!
Deep in whisky country today, walking by Rothes … 💙🥃🥃
Alison’s Facebook post: bit.ly/3BXFWEs , 10th November, 2021

Lossiemouth Light …
The pre-sunrise skies have been special this week … 💙🤗
Alison’s Facebook post: bit.ly/3kmEcP8 , 9th November, 2021

Windswept And Interesting …!
Stormy seas on the Moray Coastal Path today. With the wind at our backs, heading out was easy. The same can’t be said for the return route over open ground from Duffus….. 💨💨💨😱😁
Alison’s Facebook post: bit.ly/31E9sTk , 7th November, 2021

Sunset Scenes In Lossiemouth …
Glorious colours as daylight leaves us … 💙😊
Alison’s Facebook post: bit.ly/3BMNIAP , 5th November, 2021

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