Today's layout was lifted from Creative Keepsakes Volume 15 issue 6 page 80.
Near the Cairngorm mountains ins is the village of Aviemore. We all wished we had more time to spend there. When we arrived at the guest house, Peter greeted us and showed us to our room and offered a bit of cake which turned out to be slightly sweet dry bread. Then we were going to take a walk to find a restaurant. It turned out to be not much of a walk because just three or four houses from the guest house, we discovered International Starters. It was a nice restaurant with a posh feel, but reasonable price. I had melted brie with cranberry relish for an appetizer and when my prawn (shrimp) and scallop pasta arrived with prawn crackers, you should have seen the look on the waitress’ face when I asked her how I was supposed to eat the crackers. Donna had bread with melted cheese and then seared prawns. Mary Rose had skink soup and steak pie. Sharon had magic Mushrooms and fajitas. In the morning when Gail found out we were going to the Meigle museum because we were interested in stones, she told us about a circle of stones that was only a few blocks away. They aren’t very big, but it was quite a good circle. We had not found them on our internet searches and were excited to find this out, so we took a quick detour out of town.
other notes: The bathrooms at this B&B were wonderful, the breakfast delicious, and the sun room wonderful. Sharon was enjoying a wee cup of tea at breakfast.