Thirty Days Wild, thirty posts throughout June (and July, and August, I’m so,so tardy) something that is grounded in our wild world. This year posts are from our travels around the north coast of Scotland on the North Coast 500 route and a visit to Orkney. Stand by, for lots of sky, sea, wildlife, history, Spud the dog and random musings.
Health and safety was a recurring theme.
As a rule of thumb, the more signs a campsite had, the less likely we were to rate it highly,
people can get rather officious when let loose with a laminator and sometimes there are so many signs you just stop seeing them.
However some signs just capture the spirit of a place
And because I’m usually the very last person to be able see a typo, I was kind of proud, in a sad sort of way to spot this one!
We came across a lot of excellent, information boards (or are they called interpretation panels?) on our journey, usually at laybys and points of interest. Mind you, there some more unusual and innovative ways of sharing information. I particularly liked this,
It explains the geology of North West Highland Geopark