At this point I’m back home in Ireland, sorry for the delay in posting. There’s no internet connection in the tent. Right lets travel a little more up the east coast of Scotland. This was a long day in the saddle. With shower’s and some bright spells, it was a day for the road. I travelled away from the coast on a route that took me into the highlands moors and mountains. These roads where all single track and covered around 60 mile before I returned to the coast. And turned south for 20 mile to my bed for the night.
The route in red is the roads covered. I finished the day at a Bed & Breakfast in the town of Dornock. A word about my B & B, Amalfi B&B in Dornoch. The greeting when I arrived was one of the warmest I have ever received. Marelle and Edward helping with my luggage , supplying a metal plate so the motorcycle was supported on the gravel parking area. Great advice on where to eat in the town, beautiful rooms and large en suite meant I was well catered for. If you are ever in this part of Scotland here is the link. Amalfi.
Thank you Marelle and Edward.
I’m going to leave you with a few Photograph’s from this leg of the trim. Thank you for visiting.
Thank you for your support.
4 thoughts on “Scotland part 3”
Great shots, George! 🙂
I loved Scotland when i was there in ’73. The people who ran the B&Bs were so nice and hospitable and the whole place seemed magical!
I think it’s a country that touch’s something deep inside us and people that still have time for people.
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fabulous George!! I love Scotland. Btw I wrote a post about the last witch of Scotland who was from Dornoch!
I think I read that, not a hundred percent certain. Dornoch a lovely old town, parts dating back into the 1600’s. Know I’ll be back there. Next post should be up within the next couple of days.
Thanks for the comment.