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Friday, 23 January 2009


Inactivity on this blog this week comes down to the fact that i've had a stinker of a cold since last Sunday.Though it's finally clearing i doubt i'll make Saturdays walk with the ramblers.
The Cree rises high in the South Ayrshire hills at Loch Moan and meanders down through moorlands and forests before entering the sea near Newton Stewart. The river was immortalised in Robert Burn's late eighteenth century poem 'The Flowery Banks of Cree'.
Since 2009 is the 250th anniversary of Robert Burns birth,and Burns night is almost on us,i thought i'd air it here.

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