The medieval town of Besalú sits north of Girona. You approach over a grand romanesque bridge with huge doorways over the river Fluvia. It is a 12th century fortress with a strong jewish history. Side streets are very small and bend sharply unfriendly to motor vehicles and great to stroll through.
Dollar Glen Scotland in Clackmannanshire is in the middle of a frosty and mist covered spell of wintery weather. Continue reading Dollar Glen Scotland part 2
An interesting look at mid-winter from mid-summer to remind us of Scotland’s seasonal climate. This was during a period of high-pressure with little wind, clear skies and bitterly cold evenings. The trees found in Dollar Glen have good variety in shape and variety. The naming of this glen is interesting with the Burn of Sorrow above Jacobs Ladder crowned by Castle Gloom aka Castle Campbell. Here kids let’s go for a walk to Castle Gloom eh…..? Continue reading Dollar Glen Fog & Frost