Bring me sunshine, bring me laughter, bring me love


Burntisland from half way up

November the first up here in Fife was one of those ‘feel good’ days. Hubby and I had been inside quite a lot of the previous week in a pop up charity shop so on our first free day I said,

‘Ever since we’ve lived here we’ve wanted to climb the Binn. It’s a perfect day. Let’s do it!’

Fortunately he agreed and we set off to park at Kinghorn Loch to find the path upwards. The Binn provides a backdrop to our nearby seaside town of Burntisland and we can just see it from


East towards the mouth of the Forth and the sea

the end of Pettycur Harbour.

The climb was gentle at first with the final two sections a bit of a challenge, more because it was slippery having rained quite heavily the night before.


Looking back towards the bridges

Once at the top the views in all directions were wonderful, especially as it was such a beautiful day. This one is over towards the Lomond Hills in the northerly direction direction of Perth. Will these hills be our next wee challenge?


It was a day to be energised and to be thankful!

About Diana Jackson

Author of 'Mystery Inspired by History' series,' 'Inspirational and Motivational' series and 'The Riduna' series, historical romantic fiction set in 19th and early 20th Century. Member of SOA. Websites: and my original: Riduna on Twitter and DianaJacksonauthor on Facebook too!
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6 Responses to Bring me sunshine, bring me laughter, bring me love

  1. Pat says:

    Ahh — looks so lovely there, Diana. Could almost smell the fresh air and feel the breeze. I love times like these when we can get away with our favorite partner. Love and hugs. Thank you for sharing. 🙂

  2. It was so good to enjoy this winter walk on such a beautiful day Pat 🙂

  3. It was wonderful to catch the moment ~ so mild for 1st November. We love it here 🙂

  4. Pingback: The Lomond Hills ~ Diana’s Virtual Tour of Fife | Diana Jackson's Muse, Views and Reviews

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