With all the rain we have had you can do a spot of white water rafting if you are so inclined – these pictures were taken before the water was really turned on…
Water Photo 48
I had to telephone the council last week as there was a log blocking the fish pass – [...]
All posts gone, all members deleted (apart from around a dozen) what madness is this?
The River Kelvin Forum has undergone a metamorphosis and is now the The “K” board –a single stream of thought,talk and opinions. We don’t have sections to confine us as neither does life. There is a thread and post “voting” [...]
To be fair the beast was only doing what the beasts do – looking at lunch!
I walked along the Forth n’ Clyde Canal today – my plan was to take some photos of the works that have been carried out on the banks of the Kelvin however I befriended a [...]
It is about 123 days until the trout season opens again – that is potentially 123 days of freezing coldness that will eat at your soul. I have joined a fly swap in the meantime!
Weekly Water Photo 45
This weeks water photo is a lovely pool on the Kelvin – I have had [...]
Two favorites – one old and young new.
Rik Mayall is one of the funniest men on earth and have liked him for years. Beer is a new thing for me – most people will be suprised to learn that I have managed to reach the grand old age of 30 something before I have [...]
If you go camping in the wilds for your fishing or if at the end of the day gaze up at the stars in wonder and want to feel a bit closer to them I have just the review for you – a pair of Celestron Skymaster 15 x 70 binoculars which are [...]
Well, not really like a walk in the park – more actually like a totally real walk in the parks. And by parks I mean Kelvingrove Park and Glasgow Green.
The Summer has no well and truly left us and Autumn is spiraling out of control heading towards true winter – [...]