Crail

  • April 16, 2015
Crail

Maggie & Oscar made it to Crail yesterday, stopping with a lovely DogFriendly member & tonight too! They are enjoying the picturesque views of the Fife coast. Thank you to Andrea from the Largo & Lundie CC who cycled with the duo on yesterday’s journey.

Maggie had a catch up with Lesley Dolphin last week, you can listen here.

A couple of local Fife newspapers have covered the Dog on Tour story – The Fife Free Press & The Courier

Maggie had a catch up with Stephen Salter this week too to discuss the next drop off point for Oscar’s food – another bag of Maintence from Salters Premium Dog Foods will be landing in Dundee by the end of the week!

Enjoy some more pictures below!

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A mammoth day on Tuesday!

11150349_926989103999836_2309689529910365612_nEn route to Crail with Largo & Lundie CC

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Oscar wearing his ‘ see ya Jimmy bunnet ‘ !

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Are you coming ?!

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Is there light at the end of the tunnel ?! – a particularly dark,cold,dank tunnel along the innocent railway cycle track on the way to the Forth Bridge

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Crossing the River Crammond

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First sight of the Forth Bridge

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About to cross the Forth Bridge under leaden skies and strong winds – quite scary with the movement and vibration of the traffic and wind!

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My two friends Iain and Marion who kindly and skilfully guided me along the cycle paths round the back of Edinburgh to the bridge – 20 miles !

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Inchgarvie – 15th century castle beneath the Forth Bridge

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With some cycling friends who joined me on the ride to Crail at Elie harbour

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Elie

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Crail Harbour

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Come on in the water’s lovely !!

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Crail on a beautiful afternoon

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The Isle of May off the East Neuk of Fife – breeding ground for puffins