We’ve been feasting on radishes, lettuces and other salads and herbs for quite a while, but it’s the arrival of the ‘main attractions’ that mark out the seasons. The first potatoes (Charlotte) and tomatoes (Alicante) were harvested almost a week ago, marking the start of the season of plenty!
Today was forecast to be the last day of day-long sunshine before another longish spell of rain and wind, so we shut the Hebridean Woolshed and set up camp (with the motorhome) at the Loch Druidibeag car park, for a day of walking and discovery.
If there’s one thing that’s certain, it’s that in future we’ll be travelling more often, and travelling long distances, too. And that new era started with a flight to Glasgow, then on to Bristol, and after a night at a hotel in the city centre, by bus out to Warmley – on the eastern edge of Bristol – to collect the new vehicle.