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Spring 2001

 
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Really harsh weather rarely lasts long in Perthshire. After a week of hard frosts and snow to about foot, the good weather was not long in coming. Indeed the bright blue frosty days can be quite magical. A stout pair of neoprene waders is essential for this kind of weather and a fishing hut with a warm fire is a real bonus. A four wheel drive vehicle may be required to get to many beats, but the journey is often worth it if you get a break in the weather.

 
 

The first few signs of spring are here. The snowdrops are out and some small birds are collecting nesting materials. They may be a little optimistic as it is still a bit early.

      
   
 
 

Most of the snow has now melted (18th Feb 2001). There are still a few places which are in shadow where it has remained. The tops of the hills are still white and it will be a month or so before its all gone.

 
 
 

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