We woke up on a showery Sunday morning in Nairn. Guess what we had for breakfast? No, you’re wrong, we had toast and cereals.
Ruby and I went for our morning walk in the forest. We reached my special spot, but there was nothing unusual.
There is something magical about this forest, it exudes a pleasant atmosphere. I thinking of having my ashes scattered there when I finally leave this mortal world.
We visited the town of Nairn, as it was Sunday most shops were shut. The Extreme knitter managed to find a clothes shop that was open for business.
Ruby and I took our positions outside and fended off our admirers.
I’m getting worried. If Puffin was loaded to the maximum when we started this trip, where were all these extra purchases going to be stored?
Back to Puffin and we drove down to the beach car park. I find it a novelty that we haven’t had to pay at many car parks in Scotland, but they do charge to use the toilets. I don’t mind because once we are parked we can use our onboard facilities and save paying the 20p to pee.
We spent some time on the beach at Nairn, which is beautiful, and only a short walk from the car park, which is surrounded by pristine parkland that was popular with families having fun and games with the children and dogs.
Ruby isn’t a water lover at the best of times, but she was caught out when a wave came in and drenched her, she hadn’t been in waves before and soon learned to avoid them.
We had a bite to eat and a cup of tea in Puffin.
After a leisurely drive around the surrounding area we returned to the campsite and called it an end to a lazy day.