Saturday 7 December 2019


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Out from Kirkcubright. Many thanks to the people whose photos we have used.

Take the road from Kirkcudbright to Ross Bay.

This is like exploring a new part of France.

Solway View

"This campsite is one of our best finds ever in Dumfries and Galloway."

Solway View

"The friendly helpful owners and spacious pitches make this site very welcoming. Every pitch has a picnic table and a fire pit..." 

Solway View

At Solway View Holidays, "the facilities are excellent clean, modern and warm so its no hardship getting a shower. The views are magnificent and its only a short walk to a lovely cove perfect to launch a kayak or have a picnic."

Excellent discovery

The road from Kirkcudbright to Ross Bay.

This area is very scenic.

The journey to Ross Bay.

You can expect quiet roads and Caribbean-style scenery.

For rainy days, there are the play areas at Cocoabean Company, and elsewhere.

Dumfries and Galloway experiences 'British-style' weather. So, it can rain.

On the road to Ross Bay, Dumfries and Galloway

This photo was taken in the month of May

This is Ross Bay.

Ross Bay

This area has lots of campsites.

The road from Ross Bay.

This area is good for golf, fishing, sailing, cycling, art, reading, walking, horse riding... and adventures.

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At 6 December 2019 at 01:06 , Anonymous Anonymous said...

Looks fantastic - no people!

At 6 December 2019 at 17:26 , Blogger The Bell Soon Tolls said...

Is that Epstein on the tractor? So he's had to resort to sheep. At least they won't tell tales.

At 9 December 2019 at 12:52 , Blogger RAYESTE said...

"This is like exploring a new part of France."

pls don't flatter yourself, no : maybe this is beautiful,yes nice panorama, but bloody cold almost always ! And little sunshine, british weather brrr.

This is incomparable to France...either ro Caribbean.

Greetings from France. At least there, in gloomy Scotland you are not going close to serious chaos ( Here civil war can be avoided, but is on the horizon ) like in beautiful France.


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