Saturday, 20 April 2013

A walk in Den of Glamis

It was such a a nice morning today, not cold just a bit windy but sunny. So I decided to try this walk.

Never having done this walk before imagine my joy when I came across many many rhodendrumns in bud.

So this is one place I do need to go back to next month to see them in full bloom.

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Wonder what colour this will be…

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Could not resist our wee friend the red squirrel!

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No idea what this ruin was of.

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Followed by a walk down the Castle Drive for morning coffee.

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After tasty latte and freshly baked scone in the restraunt we walked back up the drive and down the steps to St Fergus Well (a place where Pictish people were once baptised by a chap called Fergus).

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I think these are Snowflakes

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Need id for this. It was growing on a small island in the river.

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St Fergus Well

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Angus Folk Museum in Glamis Village

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A nice flower bed in the village.

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2 comments:

  1. That was a lovely walk. Thanks for taking us along with you. Loved the shot of that cheeky looking squirrel!

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