We set off to visit East Wemyss after breakfast with a little trepidation as 110 miles is a long way to drive these days. The car behaved perfectly and ate a little extra electricity in a supermarket car park while we had coffee and a bun in the cafe. We arrived at lunchtime and after a good meal, Tony and Marianne took us out for a four and a half mile walk.
I will put on a little gallery from the walk tonight but I will do a full post on the beauties of East Wemyss when I get home.
Tomorrow we hope to find a charger to top up the car with enough electricity to get us home.
11 thoughts on “A very satisfactory day”
Wot! No sunshine at East Wemyss? Must be a holiday.
(Sorry, I have just seen that you forecast this in your previous post)
We are bringers of clouds.
Beautiful vistas. Good luck finding a charger.
I smiled at the distance you travelled. It is all a matter of perspective and how one gets used to distance. That distance would take us to the next big town north of us, which is two hours away with only a hamlet in-between. Because towns are so far apart, such distances mean ‘nothing’ in the sense of having to cover them to get anywhere. Having enjoyed the gallery of ‘teasers’ in this post, I am looking forward to seeing more of East Wemyss.
We do live in a small country, it is true.
Excellent photographs, i particularly enjoyed the final sea view. Good luck finding a charging post for the car.
Very glad the car behaved satisfactorily.
Enjoyed the pictures and look forward to more.
Congratulations on such a distance in an electric car
Wonderful photos of East Wemyss- hope the sunshine returns before you leave! Pleased the car behaved on your adventure and hope you find a nearby charging point soon.
We found one.