So now two days without a walk. I will surely seize up. Joints will become rusted up......
Down to the shedudio. The DP brought down some of the paintings I want to hang.
He then disappeared to Kinnaird Head to look, in vain for Manx Shearwaters.
Not that exciting are they.
By the time he returned I had worked out what I wanted and where.
From the left, "We do Not like to be beside the seaside." "No room, no room." and "All together now."
The three images of Kinnaird Head Lighthouse. With a Mountain Hare beneath.
Perhaps a bit of info about Kinnaird Head.
Built for the Fraser family, this fine 16th-century castle was altered in 1787 to incorporate the first lighthouse built by the Commissioners of the Northern Lighthouses.
Now part of the Museum of Scottish Lighthouses. I have been very involved with the Lighthouse over the years. Vice chair of the Board of Trustees no less. No longer. I may well do a post about it some time.
These three are still a bit wonky. But you have "Siesta -Oyster Catchers", "Redshanks Sheltering, " and "Posing."
And of course, me being me, still a bit of a mess. But progress.....
The Lighthouse on a lean is Rattray Head.
I have more to hang. I have the labels to do. I have cards to make. Visitors feel they should buy something, so a card at £2. Easy peasy. Their conscience sorted.
Tomorrow the DP and I are off to an Art exhibition and having lunch out. I hope to then walk......
The rain has stopped.