The second Sunday we were in Scotland we took a walk from Dunblane to Bridge of Allan, the next town to the south. We followed the Darn Road or Darn Walk which is purported to be an old Roman road.
The walk skirts a golf course as it leaves Dunblane then keeps pretty straight along different sorts of fences and walls. It got quite muddy.
We came upon this exceptional tree. I had Dan stand there for perspective.
Allan Water was to our right the whole way.
We came upon this sign and cave.
As we approached Bridge of Allan this horse and a pony checked us out.
Though the day dawned with bright sun, after our late morning breakfast the sky had clouded and rain threatened so we took the train back to Dunblane.