It’s nearly the end of June, and we are still waiting for the warm, summer weather to arrive in Scotland. I’m pretty fed up with waiting, so the only option left is just to get out there anyway. At least there are plenty of daylight hours…
So here’s a few photos of our walk today by the Greenock Cut, a 6.5km aqueduct that carried water from Loch Thom to the town of Greenock to provide people with drinking water as well as power for the industries. It was built by Robert Thom in 1825-27 and is now a designated ancient monument.
I have to admit that we didn’t do the whole walk, but we did get plenty of fresh air and exercise, and I got to play around with my new camera.
So, here’s some photos of midsummer in Scotland, enjoy!
I’d still prefer some sunshine though…..