We got up and out early to walk the 10 miles or so to Golspie via Brora along the beach.
The idea was to walk one way and catch a bus or train back. We were fortunate as our walk was undertaken with blue sky’s and sun.
We passed Brora harbour with fishing boats moored up.
A brief detour inland before we once again followed the coast line. Disturbing a colony/heard/harem of seals. They seemed a little discombobulated that we were intruding on there beech. We were escorted out and onwards by them.
We turned the corner into the next bay and before us was this magnificent edifice.
Initially hidden behind the trees but eventually in ful view.
With Rae on the phone to her mother as I took the picture and sent it. Technology in full swing.
We continued on along the coastal path. The route from John O’Groats southwards. Passed the faire grotto .
To Golspie for a meal of fish and chips shared with the local seagulls.
We passed an unexpected waterfall on the way.Scotland does waterfalls and wildlife well!!!
This was right on the beach not a living soul did we encounter along this beautiful scenic coastal walk!
On a negative note the van or as we now call it the sieve continues to leak and now all three of us are scrabbling for space on the guest bed which struggles to accommodate 2 adults let alone two adults and a dog🥺.
We got the bus back to the local pub before wending our way home via the golf course
A pleasant day and we are gradually getting in the swing of freedom and relaxing!