Aberdeenshire, Moray, Scotland

Exploring the Moray Firth coast – a short break in Cullen

And just like that March arrived in the blink of an eye. With March came another Scottish road-trip. Using the town of Cullen as a base three wonderful days were spent exploring the Moray Firth coast. And it's off to Cullen we goLeaving a foggy Edinburgh behind, we headed north - the fog followed. Cairn… Continue reading Exploring the Moray Firth coast – a short break in Cullen

Moray, Scotland

Dufftown – a weekend in whisky country

February arrived, bringing with it the dreaded lurgy. It struck me first, then floored Mr G the next day. After ten days of flu we had a severe case of sorry-for-self-itis. It felt like months since we'd rambled around Scotland. Craving scenery and fresh air, our trip to Dufftown came just at the right time.… Continue reading Dufftown – a weekend in whisky country

Aberdeenshire, Moray, Scotland, Scottish history

A coastal road trip in Moray and Aberdeenshire

It's safe to say I'm going stir crazy waiting for 2018's road trips to get underway. It feels like months since I felt the familiar buzz of excitement I get when we load the car and leave town. This rare quiet spell means I can write some of the blogs I never got round to… Continue reading A coastal road trip in Moray and Aberdeenshire

Battlefields, Beaches, Castles & ancient ruins, Highlands, Moray, Scotland, Scottish history, Standing stones & cairns, Things to do

A wee foray into Moray

Exploring in Mr G territory I'll confess - I've mislead you with the title of this post.  You see Moray doesn't rhyme with foray but I wasn't about to let that get in the way of poetic licence.  It's pronounced Murray as in Andy, anyway I digress.  I've been on the road again with Mr… Continue reading A wee foray into Moray