Today cormorants were added to the list of wildlife spotted on the Fife Coastal Path. We started at the Alexander Selkirk Memorial in the pretty village of Lower Largo and headed westwards.
I'm sorry to say that the section from Levin to Buckhaven was a bit grim; it has a long industrial heritage but is now reeling from loss of mining and maritime engineering. The mines might have brought money but judging from the information boards they were less than ideal custodians of the land!
West Wemyss was very pretty but we really wished the community cafe were open. This was compensated for by the excellent cafe in the Harbourmaster's House at Dysart.
My ankle was far happier today walking in the Ultra 290 shoes although every so often I got the hint that it'll take a while to settle down again. I suppose this shows that the boots are clearly a problem in their current condition.
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