Ali on Fyrish's folly
Due to bad weather and lack of energy Ali and I aborted our mountaineering trip for a fun run up Fyrish, a nearby hill with a folly on top. We began in the wood with light rain and summited in the mist. Not much of a view of the Cromarty Firth today. The ground was wet, icy, snowy and rocky underfoot, making for an exciting descent down the steep East flank. Our run was made more exciting by trying out my 'headcam'. I bought it in the sumer but haven't felt like using it since Edie's bicycle accident. That was the camera's debut trip, which ended in blood and stitches. Fortunately there were no accidents today and we rounded the trip off with a coffee and scone in Tesco.

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