Every day, unless its blowing a gale,(forecast tomorrow 30 mph winds gusting to 45 mph) I walk on Fraserburgh Esplanade. The locals deride the Esplanade term despite it being on all the sign posts.
To them it is the Prom.
Now I can and have managed to walk 20 gusting to 30mph although it was hard work. If I let go of the chariot which I did when pausing to take a photograph the chariot goes off on its own and leaves me stranded until kind dog walkers fetch it back.
The pink balloon is part of my rubbish collection on my walks. I hate and detest balloons and want them banned. They damage wildlife and farm animals. Why people let off balloons in memory of someone is beyond me as they are just sending up something that will kill some more. Add to the banned list the flaming lanterns or whatever they are called. That do even more damage such as setting things on fire.
Today I did not manage my usual .58 of a mile as yesterday I went for my (ir)regular blow job check up at the chest clinic. They could hear a 'crackle' . Which indicated yet another chest infection/pleurisy start of. Now I had gone into that clinic feeling as high as a kite. I was going to knock that blow job into the stratosphere but was not then allowed to blow. and am back on antibiotics AND told to take it steady. So I did half the walk and found out that I could take a video and download it.
So here it is for your delectation.
Turn the sound up and you can hear the wind.
At the end of the day the central heating goes off and the wood burner is lit. Cait Sith our 13 year old cat Sith enjoying.
Cait Sith is Gaelic for Fairy Cat. When we got him from the Cat Protection he was a wee skittery thing - hence the name but then he just grew and grew. So now he is Sith. Being from Yorkshire I now call him Sithee which means now see here.