Just some pics of a 3 day walk I did in early September around the Hills to the North of Dundee. ( The Sidlaws )
Didn't do any Bushcrafty things - just enjoyed being out, taking in the view and chilled.
A field of sunflowers - not what you expect to see in Scotland.
A lot of farmers are sowing some strange crops these days, I have also seen Lupins growing.
Looking South over Dundee and the River Tay to Fife. From Carrot Hill.
Looking West to Craigowl Hill - the highest in the area 455 meters.
First nights camp. Managed to find a small stand of Birch trees in a mainly Fir tree filled valley.
Ate my Tea while watching some Hares playing in a nearby harvested corn field.
Wind direction changed during the night so I had to lower one end of the Tarp.
A visitor for Breakfast.
Also had a Red Squirrel jumping around the trees overhead - very hard to photograph though.
Time to go.
Day 2 looking North West over Glamis
Looking East, back to Carrot Hill.
Second nights camp in a small Fir Tree wood.
Nothing seemed to live here, very quiet, except for a robin who appeared in the morning.
Time to head for Home.
Looking North - Getting a bit hazy.
Loads of butterflies and bees enjoying the heather flowers.
Decided to go to the top of Craigowl Hill as I have never been up it before.
Not very scenic with all the communication equipment.
Cattle on the slopes of Craigowl Hill.
Looking North East
At the top of Craigowl Hill looking North.
Craigowl Hill looking South. Haar had come up the River Tay.
Homeward Bound, looking back at Craigowl Hill.
Hope you enjoy the pictures.