We've been away to Dumfries and Galloway in the caravan this week. We delayed by a few days to give the snow a chance to clear, and then decided to go for it.
We had a chilly but lovely time. Rockcliffe is a beautiful spot on the Solway Firth, and Castle Point caravan site was extremely well maintained and friendly. Each morning we woke, broke the ice on the Waggy-tailed-one's water bowl, and started our adventures. We walked along the beach, explored rock pools, had an ice cream, went to a castle on a boat (Threave Castle), looked at an Osprey, visited a "book town" (Wigtown didn't impress, more on that in another post), went to pretty villages and towns and all in all had a relaxing time away from our computers.
Our pitch on the campsite was right next to the playing field, and our little ones loved being able to just go out and play on the scooter and bike, and make friends with the other children, though the cold meant that they never stayed out there very long.
I don't want to write too much about the trip, a few photos will say plenty.