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... the wind was still very strong and Chris decided she had been battered enough and retired to the café for cake and a pot of tea half way through our visit. After Bruce had finished exploring and photographing we returned to the hotel.
The promised rain arrived in the early evening and continued on and off through the night. After checking out of the hotel we started our journey towards Perth where we are staying tonight. The rain stopped soon after we ...
... a second cheap and cheerful one from "Homebase". These were very useful yesterday to keep us out of the sun. Today we needed them to keep dry!
It was raining lightly in the morning, just a drizzle, nothing the rain capes couldn't cope with. But it got heavier and heavier. It held off long enough for the Grade 3 and Grade 4 played their first events.
Zac and I were walking around the grounds exploring the little stalls and food vans, when the sky ...
... Edinburgh is so easy. Just about covers all locations and for £3.50 for a day pass it is amazing value. Into the town we went. It was packed in town. Tourists and shoppers.
We headed up to the castle and with the weather still great managed to get a few great pictures. On the way up to the castle there were plenty of street entertainers to keep us going and pass the time.
Music. Traders. ...
... in the distance. What a shame that we don't have the time to walk some of the many trails that look so inviting. We are so lucky that the weather is sunny and relative to what we have experienced warm! Who would have believed it, that the best weather of the trip would be found in Scotland.
Tomorrow another day exploring the area around Stirling and hopefully Scone Palace. It's good night from me to ...
... Isle-of-Man it was the machine for the job. Had I taken the Transalp on these sections I would be worried at damaging the exhausts and engine casings as it does not have such a good ground clearance as the Tenere!!
All in all both bikes are good for what they are built for but the Transalp is great for wintry snowy conditions and the Tenere is better for really hard off-road riding. After this trip I feel I can take either of the two bikes anywhere around this ...