Monthly Archives: February 2015

Pup Update

Here are a couple of recent pictures of Betty down by Kirkandrews Bay:

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Burnfoot Beach

Between Kirkcudbright and Dundrennan is the Dundrennan Range, a military facility used for weapons testing and training. The range was acquired in World War 2 and contains an area of rocky coast and farmland, including the estate of Netherlaw House. more »

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Auchencairn to Torr Point

A walk around Auchencairn Bay and along the peninsula to Torr Point. After crossing the head of the bay, the first point of interest is Red Haven, a nice, sandy beach. Here’s the view from Red Haven, looking towards Hestan more »

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Icy Webs

Here’s what happens when a cold night is followed by a misty morning. The mist froze onto the spider webs on the gutters around the house:

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February Paddling

We had a very calm week in early February and we were able to get out for a paddle around Barlocco Island. The seals were hiding on this trip but we saw a couple of otters round the back of more »

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Sunsets

February has been a good month for sunsets. Here are a few of them:

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The Little Mer-dog

Here’s Betty’s impersonation of the Little Mermaid in Copenhagen harbour: Here’s the original:

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