I got up just before 6am and thought I could here a few spots of rain on the tent but they did not come to anything. I am now sitting in the car at 6.20am with the rain beating down on it, with everything packed away before the rain came. It pays to travel light.
I have been working all day at Jeremy’s flat on his laptop. Last week, one of our suppliers failed to complete their part of a project on time, so I had to complete the Octagon part today. We will deliver the work to the client on schedule. It took all day as I also had to write a manual as I went along, so Jeremy did my shopping and provided lunch and dinner. But I did get the job done.
When I got back to the campsite, I knew rain was on the way, I’d driven through it, so I quickly settled into my tent.
It is now gently raining on the tent and time for some tea and a book.
Forres in Bloom
Loch Morlich and the Cairngorm Mountains
Logie Steading and River Findhorn
Yachts in the Caledonian Canal Locks
Black Rock Gorge
Evanton Wood and the River Glass
Thunder storm at Dingwall Campsite
John o’ Groats and Ness of Duncansby
We had been camped here for eight nights – so we left our marks! A couple of days of sun and rain should fix it.
The MX-5 is not big enough for two to go camping, so we need some extra luggage room. The boot bag fits securely and adds 50l of extra space.