We were staying at a campground about 6 miles outside of town, so we had to catch a bus into the city. The little village we were staying in was Roslinn, Scotland. It had 3 bars, 2 hotels, one small market, and 3 bus tops. We had dinner at one of the bars last night, and I ordered Haggis for a starter. Now, we have tried some different foods throughout our trip, but this one, we thought was really good find, you’ve got to try it yourself. Day 2, we took in the Museum of Scotland. First, it was free, and second, we would have paid to see this one. It was really fantastic, and set into a building that was comfortable to be in. I guess we spent 3 hours there, but we still had one more location we wanted to see before the day was out. We grabbed another bus and went to see the Britannia. Britain’s royal family had over 900 voyages over 40 years, but now it is retired. We tried to trade in “Bumble Bee”, but all they wanted to give us was the bucket that came from the “head”…can you imagine that??? We demanded our money back and left (right after we had finished the tour that is). It is and was a wonderful ship, and they sure knew how to live in style. Well, tomorrow is a travel day, so we headed home a little earlier (one hour). We have a 12th century church right next door to the campgrounds that we haven’t seen yet, so in the morning we will see that and then head over to COSTCO and then head south to Carlisle. We had our plans to go on up to Inverness, but it has stayed cold and very windy, with it even worse up there, so we are foregoing Inverness and heading south looking for a little warmth.