We’ve had a real variety of Scottish weather over the last four days, ranging from bright sunshine to torrential downpours. We’ve made good progress on our route North, and we’ve seen some interesting things along the way, including proper Scottish castles, the site of the last battle on British soil, some Pictish stones… oh, and some dolphins.
Chips, chips, chips….. We’ve spent much of the last four days salivating over the fish and chips awaiting us at the award-winning Bay Fish & Chips in Stonehaven.
You just knew that was going to happen, didn’t you? In retrospect, our last post was tempting fate somewhat when we wrote “The main thing is that SOK is now fully sorted from a Ford point of view”. As if……
My first destination on the way up to Perth was Dunning. Sod’s law, the church was closed (which was a pity as it contains a
I had 4 nights at Stirling (The Woods caravan site, which was OK though lacking in character). First stop was Stirling Castle, not so much
After what felt like an Age, Mark’s house was finally ready and the tenants moved in on the 1st of August. Remarkably, you’d never have