Windy Hill was indeed windy

Well the weather man said that the afternoon was to brighten up with showers for North West Scotland. Mmmm what to do. Time to cross the border into East Renfrewshire to see just how windy it really would be on Windy Hill.

As we were driving up to Clyde Muirshiel Park it started to look quite ominous. The weather man was wrong. The heavens opened. Thankfully by the time we parked up the shower had been blown over and there was even a patch of blue sky, so off we headed. It really is a cracking wee wander, just 1km to the top and they have a lovely woodland poetry trail to keep you entertained too.

Soon enough we were out the wood and we could tell the wind was really picking up. It was with no great surprise that we were finding it a challenge to remain upright. What I hadn't expected was for my buff to get blown off my head!!!! We had an entertaining time watching these kids having a great time getting blown over.

It may have been just a wee wander but it certainly blew the cobwebs away, just what I needed :-)


  1. Biking and hiking is a good exercise to stimulate the body.

  2. You have some great photos on your blog.

  3. Thanks Tony :-)

    I feel lucky that I have been able to get to these wonderful places to take the photos


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