Dunbar continued.

This is night No 45/2018 staying in my caravan. This is my second night in Dunbar C&CC Site near Dunbar in East Lothian.

Woke up to a 'pea souper' of a fog. It was quite cold when I got up at 0630. The site is unusually busy for this time of year (I thought?), but as usual, I was the only one up and about when I took the dogs for an early morning blast in the fields next to the site.

Can't even see the continuous plume of pollution from the cement factory.

Minded me of how Culloden must have seemed back in the day!

I thought I'd be a bit more adventurous with the breakfast today. I had eggs, mushrooms, and cheese so I decided to knock up an omelette.

Turned out really well, and as I expected, it was delicious. Nice with the melted Cheshire Cheese in it.

I then paid a visit to the Turkish Barber in Dunbar. Good haircut too, and included the flaming cotton wad but not the head massage or boiling towel. Good value at £8 and like the one in Brechin, there was absolutely zero chat.

After that, headed to the rather fine wood at Pressmennan. It was so gloomy, I forgot to take pictures.

In the afternoon though, the haar was beginning to burn back as we walked along the beach towards Barns Ness lighthouse. Really interesting rocks.

This is where Landward filmed a feature on geology last week.

After staying off grid for a few nights and coming to a busy site, I've decided to go off grid tomorrow again. I'm going to a farm near Reston, which is not far from Eyemouth. Nearby St Abbs, which is stunning, and I'm looking forward to visiting Eyemouth.

It's only 20mins from here, and even shorter to Berwick Upon Tweed, in England, land of the unbridled drinker. That'll be great for reasonable prices for my friday night cider!


  1. Love reading your blog dad keep it going! Also,feel free to make me one of your omelettes that looks fantastic. Hope the weather isn’t too wild tomorrow - forecast thunder lightening lots of rain xx


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