|January 11||20||Insch to Auchleven|
|January 15||20||road to Keig|
|January 17||20||road to Keig|
|January 19||20||road to Keig|
|cumulative total (since Dec. 30/21)||190|
Continuing on my virtual travel in Scotland while on my Stationary Bike at home: this week I cycled every second day and increased my time to 20 minutes per session. Travel in the country side is very much like travel here in New Brunswick.
Along the road are plants that seem familiar. This is probably a relative of our fireweed.
Along the road are plantations of what I think must be Christmas trees. Acres and acres of Christmas trees.
Crossed a couple of streams, called Burns.
Occasionally I see forested areas and I love the older, bigger trees. Perhaps some were there in the 1700s when my ancestors lived here.
On Friday, I will reach Keig, a possible birthplace of my third great-grandfather John Clarke.