River Isla at Reekie Linn. It's a 150 foot drop! Linn means waterfall and reekie means smokey which refers to the visual effect of the spume from the waterfall. I found it hard to get a good image of the waterfall as we didn't go far along the walk and the view from where we were was blocked by trees, hence this photo of the drop instead.
Peel Farm Cafe for cake (it had been a 2 hour drive to reach here, so it was time for some re-fuelling). I had ginger and lemon, A had a minty chocolatey biscuity tray bake and N had chocolate orange gateau. All delicious.
Edzell castle. I hadn't been for a few years, it's funny how memory can trick you - it was actually far bigger than I remembered and more impressive. The gardens are beautiful. It was a super fast visit for us though as we needed to be elsewhere in a short while to meet up with friends for lunch.
Roo's Leap) and the children are playing at the park with their "new" friends (they've not seen each other for six years so have no recollection of each other), I wander over the road to get a view of the sea...
We spent a long time here, so much so that I had to omit the next destination on our itinerary, but it was worth it to see the children having fun together. They're very keen to meet up again and are pestering us to make sure we don't leave it another six years.
Then home. We don't get home till 10:30pm but it absolutely was a grand day out.