Cogra Moss is only 10 miles from home but in the 2½ years Daisy has lived with us she's never been here. It's a quiet place, generally avoided by tourists and frequented mostly by fishermen and locals. It was a bit too cold and windy to follow David Hall's route which takes in a couple of summits, we'll do that another day. Instead we had a lovely leisurely 4 mile bimble which did us both a great deal of good.
We didn't see the osprey, but did get a glimpse of a beautiful red squirrel and on two occasions a Jay flew past us.
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In the shelter of the trees there was much to see, I wonder if I'll remember to come back in a few months time when the bleaberries are ripe?
Evidence of just how strong the wind can get
It really was a super little walk, not very long but quite enough given that neither of us has been out much recently and Daisy is a little "under the weather", we think with hayfever; and it's always good when the promised rain arrives just as I'm closing the car door to start our journey home :-)