I am going to spend a nice lazy day on the couch playing computer games and popping in and out of the forum.
Yesterday I went to Arran with my Brother and niece and climbed Goat Fell the highest Mountain on Arran at 2868ft only 132ft short of a Munro.
The weather was mainly dry and sunny although near the summit we had a couple of heavy snow showers and very high gusty winds. I'm nor as fit as I was and found it quite tough going but all in all very enjoyable. I have posted some pics if anyone wants a look
I just ordered a new radio control plane as its on a special for Easter. Sadly the weather has been so lousy I've hardly got out flying. Today it looks beautiful, lovely and sunny but go outside and with the wind chill factor it feels like its the Arctic. BRRRRR.
I know what you mean about the wind chill factor, yesterday on our walk it would be lovely and sunny and quite mild then within seconds the snow and wind had arrived and the temperature plummeted, I couldn't feel my face it was so numb with the cold, then after a few minutes the squall had passed and the sun had come out again.
I took the boss for a bit of retail therapy. Now we're back and I've just devoured a couple of lamb butties and a nice cup of coffee. I think I will just laze about for the rest of the day as it's too cold outside. The garden can wait, who knows, if it snows mine will look just as good as everybody Else's.
It's too cold to bother going out, weather not nice and diesel too expensive now to just "go for a drive" so I'm also fuelling internet addiction and staying out of wife's way whos getting the ironing up to date. Nice big sirloins defrosting at the moment for later.