Shot of The Day
I've just returned from a short visit to my son and family in Haddington. The main purpose of the visit was to view the new extension to their house that has recently been completed. I was very impressed and I'm sure the extra kitchen space will make life a bit easier.
Unfortunately on Monday Neil was at work, Joe and Sandy were at school and Kate was having a lie down in preparation for her night shift at Edinburgh Royal Infirmary. This left me at a loose end. Inspired by a recent comment on my blog I decided to take a mini tour along the East Lothian coast.
|North Berwick over looked by Berwick Law|
In the past Anne and I visited Aberlady Bay on numerous occasions. It was a favourite haunt of ours offering a 1.5 ml walk to the beach which is a must for anyone interested in wild
Remnants of wartime defences which are quite prominent in the area.
Forth rail bridge
A small but busy working harbour with lots going on when the boats come in. It is also the birthplace of John Bellany.
Port Seton holds a very special place in my heart as this is where Neil and Kate really settled after they got married. Anne and I just loved the area.