Proper Winter

At last proper winter with proper snow, WooHoo! Unfortunately had to watch most of through a window at nighttime due to Nightshift, but did manage to get out a bit.  Before my nights I managed to get out and about with Ian and Mike to the hermitage on a snowy night. None of us remembered a […]

Best PK Snow Pictures

Scottish weather – you gotta love it! With the snow all but gone in the towns and villages nearby, I thought we could have a look back at some of the best snow pictures that have been taken over the years. Some are ours, some are from the PK Flickr group. Enjoy, and please remember […]

Snow in Little Glenshee

After getting some brand new tyres on the front of the car I decided that they needed to be tested for their “B Grade” performance in the snow – and the white stuff was in plentiful supply! Time restrictions meant that we couldn’t go far so we returned to Little Glenshee, knowing that there would […]

Glen Lyon in the Snow

“Glen Lyon (Gaelic Gleann Lìomhann) is a glen in the Perth and Kinross region of Scotland. It is the longest enclosed glen in Scotland and runs for 34 miles from Loch Lyon in the west to the village of Fortingall in the east.” – Wikipedia Sarah, Darrly and I jumped in my car and did […]

The Hermitage – what a mess!

On my Sunday off (yesterday) I grabbed the family and went for a walk at Dunkeld’s Hermitage area, a hugely popular tourist spot. Despite the cold, snow and ice, it was quite busy with well-wrapped peeps. First thing I noted was the sign warning of closed areas due to storm damage from the recent high […]

More Snow

Perth City- Lunchtime 9th January 2011 After Perth being frozen solid for weeks with pavements packed with inches of ice making it very hard to walk anywhere outside the city centre, the Weather decided to give us a break and get more mild. Mad that mild is -2 these days! But is wasn’t to last, […]

1st Snow of winter

North Inch Perth:  Lunchtime, Tues Nov 30th Winter has most definitely started and the the weather has been weird and wonderful with heavy snow, freezing temperatures and thunder and lightning. Getting to work has been exciting and at one point had a rather scary bus journey where we got stuck behind the gritter/ plough which […]


Two days of solid snow has trapped my car in the driveway and diddled me out of nine hours pay yesterday, thanks to the lack of buses or any other means to get to work. However today the sky is blue and the white stuff seems to be starting to thaw… if only just! Many […]

Perthshire & Angus- searching for snow!

Location: Perthshire and Angus   Time: 1400ish 28.02.10 While my father is the all time wonderer, my mother is a woman what lunches. Today we lunched at Gloagburn farm, a lovely local farm at Tibbermore with a very good cafe. It cooks all its own food and uses its own produce where possible and is really […]

Luncarty, Perthshire

Location: Luncarty area| Time: 14th January 13.00 The wee one has recently started nursery which is fantastic for her, but the timing has messed with our normal regime of meeting for lunch then scooting off somewhere in the car (which has been returned to me all fixed and good btw). We are trying to figure […]

Cold and Misty Perth

Location: Perth| Time: 09th January 15:30ish So had just got home after another long sleepover shift and was feeling a little drained and down. As I got into the city center the sun was just going down and I noticed a slight mist skulking in. Suddenly I had a wave of motivation and enthusiasm to […]

South Inch Perth

Location: Perth| Time: 6th January 12:30ish So I finally ventured out into the frozen snowy landscape that is Perth and well, Scotland in general. As I’ve been working sleepovers and nighshifts I have seen some beautiful morning mists and evening sunsets, but as working not had the camera or time to take a photo. Today, […]

Christmas Day Walk – Quarrymill

Location: Scone| Time: Christmas Day, 2pm Santa has been and gone for another year. I stuffed myself full of mum’s turkey, beef, parsnips and roast tatties until I couldn’t anymore. Then made room for some pudding… Before all eating extravaganza my Dad had decided to take the dogs for a walk down Quarrymill at the […]

Featured Image – The Cuilc

This lovely snowscene was Captured by Davy Nelson, someone I have hooked up with from the PK Flickr Group and have been in contact with since. His captures of Pitlochry Dam while the gates were open showed me a sight I have wanted to see for many years. This particular image I find very calming […]