Some places we've been and some places we're going.

We collected our car this morning and Alex has enjoyed resetting everything to suit his requirements. We did over 1500 miles in it and it’s only done about a couple of hundred miles since we handed it back. It was a nice day, not as warm as yesterday but no sign of rain as we drove towards Dingwall for Brunch at a lovely café we’ve used before called, ”Grants.”

Coming out of Dingwall I saw it was only 5 miles to Strathpeffer so I decided I was going to find the cache near the Eagle Stone. Alex took the opportunity to book in for a game of golf on Wednesday, Ladies Day again but he has runs on the board so they’ll let him play. I said before I’d only go around a Golf Course with him again if I could drive a cart which suits him just fine because his Achilles Tendon is still causing problems and no way could he walk around the Course so I’ll be driving him. Apparently there are some steep drops so I might just have to use some of my Jeep training.

After Strathpeffer Alex got lost, I didn’t because I had no idea where we were supposed to be going. I saw the causeway across the Cromarty Firth and said I wanted to go over it but Alex told me we wouldn’t be going that way. A little while later we crossed the causeway on our way back to Inverness.

Tomorrow we’re going to Glasgow to see “The Aunties”, Nora is 88 and Kate is 92.

Comments on: "Cruisin’ the Countryside" (1)

  1. You have my sympathy, being an achilles tendonitis person over the years…glad you got the same car! Things will be familiar. Moths don’t like polar fleece and love anything wool. Have fun with the Aunties!

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