Dunbar lived up to its nickname of Sunny Dunny on Wednesday, with lots of sun and blue skies. But before we went for a walk round the town, of course we had to fortify ourselves with a cuppa. I like the tray on the table with the menu etc
we shared a most delicious toffee tart - and I do like places that give you an extra plate and cutlery when you say are you sharing! The waitress had to explain to Malcolm how to use the new cafetiere .....
...... when he put it on top of the cup, the coffee came out the bottom!
another post box photo to add to my collection. This one is Edward VII - the son of Queen Victoria
when you were admiring the lovely blue sky and the beautiful old building .......
........ did you notice the man sitting astride the roof?
an unusual street name
this gun points out to sea - I wonder if I could turn it round lob a few stink bombs at the Numpties in the Scottish Parliament, then turn it back to lob some at the Westminster lot!!
you know by now that I have a warped mind - this sign made me think of a horde of Cliff Richard impersonators, running round singing "Congratulations" and throwing people off the cliff
very often walks with Malcolm involve long flights of steps, but I was spared going up these ones .......
........ although it would have meant getting closer to the bank of snowdrops
we passed a big house undergoing serious renovations. Of course I said "I want one of these"!!
the remains of the castle
Malcolm pointed this out - but did you see the two seagulls or the remains of the window first
there was only one small boat in this part of the harbour
but there were several marooned on the mud in the other part of the harbour
there was no information plaque on this sculpture
and despite my best efforts, I can't find anything online about it
after a very enjoyable walk, it was on to the Garden Centre for lunch
in the very stylish coffee shop
stilton and broccoli soup with brown bread - delicious!
on the way home, there were several tractors out and about, each with an impatient queue of traffic behind it
even the enormous power station looked quite stylish against the blue sky
now, we may have started with a little Wednesday cake, but that doesn't mean we can't finish with the usual Friday cake! We walked over to town this afternoon, and after we had run several errands, we popped into Café Crema. Oh my - they have been experimenting with some new chocolate brownies. Just feast your eyes on these beauties - mint Aero for Malcolm
and salted caramel for me - I got a fork as well as a knife, as mine was a bit squidgy!!
we were delighted this morning, after a flurry of communications from our solicitor, to finally have an entry date for our new house - so if it all goes to plan, we will get the keys on Thursday 9th March!! No doubt we will spend the weekend making plans for the move. I hope you have a good weekend, love Anne