Was finished everything quite quickly today, so had a 10 minute drive along to Alyth. Upon passing through the town and bearing left you come to the 'Den of Aylth' . It is a wooded valley with the Alyth Burn running through it, there are several walks through the woods. Scottish Natural Heritage has designated the Den as a Site of Special Scientific Interest, beautiful, peaceful walk. Continuing along the road I came to Primrose Hill Interiors, which I only found out about the other day, lovely studio, lovely lady, lovely situation. http://www.primrosehillinteriors.com/
After my visit I continued along the road and followed the Bridge of Cally signs then the Blairgowrie signs, great single track road and so quiet, the views of the countryside are spectacular. On route you pass near to the Drumbeg windfarm, the sky was a bit dull for a good picture, they are quite an interesting addition to the landscape. Then past Drimmie wood another good walk, then you get a fantastic view of Blairgowrie and Rattray, before you drop back into the town joining the A93 on the Balmoral Road in Rattray.