An unusually friendly robin at Craigie Fort

A BUSY day coming up…kicking off with a 9am webinar.

Once that’s done I have some stuff to do with National Guitars – the folks that make the guitars I play – the I start the to-do list before another webinar.

The webinar’s not long started when I get a call from a pal needing help with something…it’s something I don’t know a whole lot about, but means a lot to them. Once I get a grip on what it is they need me to do I ditch the webinar and get on with the new task.

It’s a lovely day outside and I’ve been waiting for some good light to do a wee photo job. Doesn’t take long, then it’s back to the studio to edit some video.

By 5pm I;m getting cabin fever and it;s been a stressful day so I go out for a wee walk in the last of the light. Glad I took the wee compact Sony camera ‘cos there’s two photo opportunities that I may have missed with my phone – a friendly robin atop Craigie Fort and the famous ‘Millarochy Tree’.

Back home I carry on with the video editing until I realise it’s well after 8pm. I shut ip shop and help Margaret put away the shopping, we have dinner and an early night….I’m hoping to get up on the hill early tomorrow morning to film some cutaways for a new ‘Intro to Dave Arcari’ video.

Dave Arcari is a full-time touring alternative blues (alt.blues) guitar player and songwriter based on the eastern shores of Loch Lomond, Scotland

That tree AGAIN…I just can’t help it!