14/365 Snow, what snow?

The Whangie

View of Loch Lomond from Queen's View

OK, technically there is a little bit of snow, and it was a tad crispy underfoot. But these were taken this morning when the whole country was supposed to be, er, crippled by wintry outbursts. 

No one told the area around Killearn, Queen’s View and Loch Lomond. Glorious sunshine and a light breeze there. 

I took the chance for a Monday morning skive with Fionaoutdoors, whom first met so long ago there weren’t even any blogs. She was with Smirnieoutdoors and her other half Fiona, whom I’d only ever met online. Once again I was delighted to find that people I like online are every bit as lovely in the flesh. 

And, yes, there are four photos but I couldn’t decide which was best so you’ve got them all. 

Incidentally, when I got home I discovered that today is Blue Monday – the most depressing day of the year. It must be something of a good omen that serendipitously the potentially most gloomy of days was spent walking in the good company and sunshine. 

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  1. says

    What a lovely blog you dear old friend (so old that when we met it was all landline phones and vague talk of things internet!) and what a gorgeous morning for a walk in fabbie Scotland! Finished off with NIna's amazing “healthy' brownies filled with beetroot and low calorie chocolate!

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