The Safari eagerly awaited the long expected snow. It almost didn't disappoint but only about 1 1/2 inches (4cm) fell
|Same vantage point as the sunrise pic the other day - not quite so bright today!|
A slippery dash across the prom to have a look at the sea which was pretty pointless as we could hardly see it. A small amount of snow had settled on the sand.
The Gorse is almost ready to flower, but then it is that time of year.
As we walked to the Land Rover to set off for home 3 Redwings (P2 #32) flew southwards overhead. Two seconds into our drive home we had an interesting icy slide so be careful on those slippery side-roads.Where to next? Wifey is out having fun recording a CD tomorrow so we'll be out with snow-loving Frank trying to find some refugees from inland...what, if anything, will there be?
In the meantime let us know if any Ptarmigans have snuck into your outback.
Late update - Fox while out with Frank and would you believe it...