Published: 24 April 2013
Looking for Tadpoles at Da Gairdins
Shetland hasn't got too many trees but we are lucky to live near two wooded areas which we enjoy visiting. One of the good things about grandchildren is the chance to look at the world through their eyes. Our grandsons enjoyed a visit to Da Gairdins i Sand - also known as 'da jungle'.
In the densely wooded area the boys followed the path, always excited to reach the next turn.
The lower part of Da Gairdins has different paths and ponds. This is where we looked for tadpoles.
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Shetland is the most northerly group of Scottish islands. Apart from mainland Scotland, the other near neighbours are Norway to the east and the Faroe Islands to the north west.