The MadGang Go To Edinburgh – April 2014

A Good Friday walk along the coast north of Edinburgh from the Caravan Club site
near Muirhouse to the village of Cramond and then inland beside the River Almond
to Old Cramond Bridge (and then back the same way).

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The MadGang Go To Edinburgh – April 2014 — 6 Comments

  1. Beautiful photos as always. I especially appreciate the sailboats waiting for the tide. The two of you are giving us wonderful tours of country many of us will never see in person. Thanks.

  2. My only time I was in Edinburgh was 1967 (or 8). I was in the Navy and on a submarine. We docked in the dockyard at Rosyth and took a train over to Edinburgh. It was a little later in the year than this (May I think) but the weather was absolutely gorgeous. The locals filled the park below the castle sunning themselves. It is a beautiful place.