Our final night away was in a campsite on the edge of the lake district. The view is towards the lakes. In the morning we packed up, drove to Manchester for church, and headed home in the afternoon.
The next campsite is Cashel, on the banks of Loch Lomand. The Loch is calm this evening as we cook dinner and eat outside. Anti-midge spray has been slathered everywhere and is keeping them at bay.
The drive down the West side of the Loch was narrow, but beautiful. We popped into the Makintosh designed Hill House. Lunch was at Banoch country park.
Pen made a fabulous breakfast of eggs, mushrooms and beans. All accompanied by bread, grapefruit juice, tea and grapes.
The Scottish sun shone so bright and strong this morning that we read and ate outside at 7.30am in what can only be described as sunbathing weather!
I am now going to risk shorts for the day.