Back in April, when the whether was delightful and my mama was in town, I fell in love with a new bit of Scotland’s east coast.
The walk begins near Cruden Bay, where we found a wee boat with my mama’s name on it: Julie!
Blue skies + rugged coastline + castle ruins = Dreamy!
New Slain’s Castle. Word is that this castle was the inspiration for Dracula.
On a windy, rainy day, I bet it’s a bit more creepy.
There’s a window a little further up the walk that is also called the Camel’s Hump.
We got as close to it as we could and tried to see if there was a way to actually get on top of it.
But since we wanted to stop for a bite of lunch before getting home to get Simon from school, we decided that finding a way across was an adventure for another day.
Oh, how I love to feel the sun on my face!
I’ll definitely be back to walk this bit of coastline with another friend or two!