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Wednesday, 26 September 2012
You will need sunglasses and a scarf.
Days requiring sunglasses and a scarf always remind me of this far away lady. They epitomise all that is great about Autumn - low light, crisp air, blue skies, twirling leaves, harvest bounties. And, in my opinion, if the weather lottery plays kind and dishes you this happy combination then go and explore, breathe deeply and enjoy. There will be plenty of days like today with rain (or worse still flooding), chill wind and dark, grey skies.
Just over a week ago, we made the most of such a day and headed to the charming Logierait Country Market, just as the weather offered all that is good about Autumn, this market offered all that is good about a Perthshire country market. Excellent produce, happy, friendly people, contented dogs of all sizes, live music, wild flowers on tables, a spinning wheel, free parking (for cars and bikes) and even a narrow gauge railway!
The next and last of the season is October 20th. Go.