Tuesday, 8 May 2012

Water of Leith - The Dells are lovely in Spring!

As many readers of this blog know, I regularly volunteer for the Water of Leith Conservation Trust. I help to look after Colinton and Craiglockart Dells, a beautiful area of woodland alongside the river. (Yesterday I was delighted to see a pair of grey wagtails taking food into a nest hole high up in a bridge across the river!).

So I'm very happy to have an article about the wonder of the Dells in Springtime on Lothian Life!

As ever, text in red contains hyperlinks which take you to other websites where you can find out more!

4 comments:

Sallie (FullTime-Life.com said...

Congrats! Thought I'd leave my comment here instead of at the article. You are doing great work (both as a volunteer and writing about this lovely place).

Ms Sparrow said...

I took a look at the Dells site and it is wonderful! What a beautiful spot. You're so lucky to live near there.

Rabbits' Guy said...

I learn so much from your nice writings!

the cuby poet said...

How good to get an article published.
Volunteering to help keep such a beautiful place wonderful is so worth while. Well done on both accounts.