Ballater: Monday April 30

We slept in and then started our day with Arbroath smokeys and fried eggs before setting out for the day.

Around Ballater
Around Ballater

It was meant to snow but thankfully it didn’t. We went to Tomnaverie, a stone circle between Torphins and Aboyne.

Around Ballater
Around Ballater

We stopped off at the falls of Feugh before we had a late lunch. We ate at the Deeside Activity Park Restaurant and Farm Stall.

Around Ballater
Around Ballater

I had Cairnton Aberdeen Angus mince with tatties and veg, and Dave had Ingram’s pork sausages with mashed tatties and veg. Food alone cost was £13.50.

Around Ballater
Around Ballater

Lunch was bracketed by looking for a stone circle at Glassel which we could not find either from Banchory or the Bridge of Canny.

Around Ballater
Around Ballater

We also went looking for Cock o’ The North at Aboyne Castle but despite the signs, it was not there.

Around Ballater
Around Ballater

We came back to Ballater to buy pork chops and black pudding for supper before we had some time off to relax. Dave went to gym and I had a spa bath!

Around Ballater
Around Ballater

We then went to a whisky tasting of 8 whiskys where we learned a lot about all sorts of things.

Ballater
Ballater

Dinner was accompanied by an apple and ale sauce – we had a bottle of Cairngorm Wildcat which we used and drank.

Around Ballater
Around Ballater
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