Later, we arrived in Elgin to check in to our B&B and have an evening meal in the town. Next morning, we had a fairly brief wander through the town centre, and also walked round the ruins of the massive cathedral. We probably spent most time in the beautiful Biblical Garden. This features many of the plants which are mentioned in the Bible, together with plaques giving Bible quotes mentioning plants. The garden is beautifully maintained. It is a community project, managed by Moray Council.
Next week, I make one of my regular trips south, staying in Devon and Hampshire, visiting friends and family, but this time, Sue and Cupar will be staying home.
|It was a bit breezy...|
|Old Harbour - Lossiemouth|
|Former fishermen's cottages in Seatown, Lossiemouth|
|Lossiemouth has a wonderful beach, accessed by a footbridge|
|Sue at Elgin Cathedral|
|Elgin - The Biblical Garden|
|Inside the Biblical Garden|