Scottish skiing (2)
Success on the second attempt. Husband, son and husband's friend set off again for Glenshee and this time enjoyed a (very) full day's skiing, rounded off on the way home by the traditional stop for fish and chips in Blairgowrie.
If you're wondering about these little picket fences adorning the slopes, they're a feature of Scottish ski areas. The wind is such that they're needed to stop the snow forming into huge, uneven drifts. Snow very rarely falls straight down on our hills - it's usually driven by a gale-force wind.