13 August 2019: Day 3 of our Grand Tour of Scotland: Part 4

Good day everyone,

My fiancĂ©e’s daughter is visiting, and instead of planning and writing my blog, I spend my time playing teacher… I normally post on Tuesdays and Thursdays, but I have time, so here I am.

It started raining when we left Aberdour, and we skipped a few of the items on our list, and when we got to Kirkcaldy, it was coming down really hard.

I struggled to get to the park, and when I finally got a spot and got out of the car, it came down extra hard. I jumped back into the car, and we sat and waited. Dad still asked me what I was going to do. I told him Well, if I have to, I’ll take some photos through the window, but we can’t keep skipping places just because it is raining. We will have to skip more than 50% of our tour at that rate.

I spent many hours planning our vacation and researching the places we would like to visit and the places I would like to photograph.

The rain stopped for a while, and I exited the car and took photos of St. Bryce Kirk.

St Bryce Kirk from down the road
St Bryce Kirk
St Bryce Kirk
St Bryce Kirk
St Bryce Kirk from across the road.
St Bryce Kirk tower from the car.
St Bryce Kirk Tower
St Bryce Kirk Tower
St Bryce Kirk Tower

As you can see, I just loved the church tower. I also took photos of the houses in the street we parked in.

We then headed to Ravenscraig Castle, but I only took photos from the parking lot. Time was running away with us, and due to the rain, it was really wet.

Ravenscraig Castle
Ravenscraig Castle
Ravenscraig Castle
Ravenscraig Castle
Beach at Ravenscraig Castle
Beach at Ravenscraig Castle
Crow on the beach at Ravenscraig Castle
Dad’s salt and pepper pots….
Dandelion
Ravenscraig Castle

Well, that is all for now. Thank you for stopping by.

Till next time, stay safe.

Coreen

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