Monthly Archives: September 2014
At Last, The Rut Is Underway!
After weeks of looking for stags (without much success) they have appeared. Seems they have been keeping a very low profile. All the usual suspects are here and a few new young ones showing some decent heads. A sure sign … Continue reading
Autumn is Definitely Underway.
The weather has finally broken. After weeks of glorious sunshine we are straight into Autumnal (gales), well it is the Equinox after all. We came home from a quick Inverness visit to see my new grandson to glorious weather. The … Continue reading
Phew!!! Nearly 30 degrees!!
Here we are back on the pontoon waiting for our lift back to Rona last Wednesday, thirsty work holidays!!!!! We got back to Rona with Iain and Margo Bennet our pals from Conon Bridge. Iain was goong to help with … Continue reading
Hooray!! Holidays at last.
After a busy week we are off to the South for a few days, thank goodness, it has been a long season. Autumn is here and the last week has just swept by. Here is an up date: The weather … Continue reading