Last September we had a weekend camping down at Loch Ard and had a great time so thought that we would go again this year but this time go for a couple of nights. First time that have had to get a permit as that area is now included for the Loch Lomond and Trossachs camping in the park. Whether you agree with it or not it is what it is and to be fair was £6 for the both nights and we never had anyone checking up on us so wasn’t a huge difference from last year.
Love this time of year when the leaves are just starting to change colour and though the temperatures are pretty warm there is more of a slight chill first thing in the morning. At Loch Ard it is amazing to see the reflections on a still day. I am looking forward to hopefully many a trip as Autumn progresses.
I don’t always pay that much attention to the weather forecast as pretty much whatever it is doing I will be getting outdoors in some shape or another so when it all clicks together it is great. Yesterday was one of those days as had decided that I would be going for a kayak and it turned out to be the most amazing day on the water.
So was thinking that haven’t blogged in a while with anything to do with my mental health and what is going on at the moment. Quite a few things happened over the past week or so, I suppose also the past few months there has been subtle changes ( or so people keep telling me ) but the past week and weeks to come it is a lot more noticeable.
We decided to head somewhere different on Saturday so went on a drive down to Tighnabruich. Lovely part of the Scotland with some great views. We were very lucky with the weather. Continue reading “Day Out”
For quite a while now I have been using my GoPro for photos which is great to do however today I fancied using my camera for a change.
In the past week Kat and I have managed to get out on the water at Loch Lomond twice. Really want to try to get out kayaking at least once a week if we can, great fun and good exercise. It also helps just to get out onto the water.