One of our favourite things to do, rain or shine (yes, I mean it) is to go charging down the sand dunes at Lunan Bay. We spent today there in the glorious east coast sunshine. As well as charging down sand dunes, we dug for treasure, paddled in the sea, flew a kite and ate sandy sandwiches. Exhausted by the pleasures of the beach, we finished with coffee, cake and ice-creams at the glorious little cafe, the Lunan Bay Diner. Walking back to the car park, we spotted this. I wonder if this is Banksy’s most northerly work? (Is it genuine?) This weekend is Angus Open Studios and after passing a few of the signs on our way, we pulled up at Red Castle Pottery on our way home. It was a lovely surprise to find that K could get her hands dirty. With R’s help, she made a little tortoise out of a lump of clay which Maralyn Reed-Wood will fire and post. Thank you, Maralyn.
I started blogging after the birth of my first child. Since I stopped working, I realise I am defined far more by my relationships than by what I do. So, I am: wife, mother, daughter, sister, friend. View all posts by Amy