|Pitched up at Foulden Hagg|
This afternoon we drove into Berwick Upon Tweed and this another place
|I hope this doorway gets restored|
Down on the waterfront there were little boats out in the river and we
The Lowry Trail, are placed at the sites of famous Lowry paintings around town and give details as well as a reproduction of the relevant work. The red brick building in the image below is a lot less red now than it was when Lowry visited - or perhaps he embellished its brightness?!
|The Lowry Trail in Berwick Upon Tweed|
Two other firsts today: our first purchase of tofu - we are trying the Dragonfly brand which is organically made in Devon and will replace the chicken element in a Tamarind Chicken dinner - and our first visit to a Morrison's supermarket - liked the extensive range of fresh produce, especially compared to recent disappointing Sainsbury's stores, otherwise just supermarkety!
Looking ahead, we have fingers crossed for a walk somewhere tomorrow. Dave is poring over maps as I type, but we don't yet know which country will host our ramblings! The most exciting news saved for last though: we popped into Berwick's arts centre, The Maltings, and have bought our tickets for the National Theatre Live broadcast of Everyman next Thursday. As yet we don't think that many tickets for the play have sold here so we might have a private-ish screening. I hope not though. I'd prefer the atmosphere of a full house.
|Foulden Hagg CL campsite|