Saturday we awoke to bright blue skies and white fluffy clouds so we decided to go out for a short drive and have a walk along the coastline. Wrap up well and come along with us, make sure you have gloves/mittens on as the wind is biting.
Buckle up and off we go, first stop Europie. You can just see the beach from the road by the park.
The ground is still frozen and along the edge of the road you can still see hailstones from a recent downpour.
Back into the car and on to our favourite cove, parking wasn't an issue as we were the only ones about.
The little streams of water still running although frozen at the sides. Here and there remnants of the downpour of hailstones could be seen.
The shadows here and there making taking the photographs a little more challenging.
Back into the car for a few seconds until we reach the Butt of Lewis, the most North Westerly point of the UK I believe. A beautiful lighthouse also stands proudly there, if only it could talk. I am betting it would have many a tale to tell.
The wind whipped around and it really was quite cold and yet exhilarating to be out in the fresh air. It was a delight to have a wander, although we were careful not go to close to the edge.
Back home to a mug of hot chocolate and thankfully the cottage is warm and cosy. Come on in and make yourself at home. I hope you enjoyed our little tour.
As always I thank you for your visit here and your comments.
See you soon.