So today I grabbed my camera and trotted off down to Cramond to get some photos to keep you from gnawing your own fingers off with boredom. Click any photo to enlarge.
It says here that Cramond was once the site of a Roman Fort. Who knew?
Yup. Here's some Roman ruins, so it must be true.
Legend has it that the Romans brought stinging nettles to Britain with them, so that they could flagellate themselves with them to keep warm. I kid you not.
Although why they didn't just whap themselves with our own native thistles beats me. Beats. Heh.
Any road up. Cramond. Popular for the boats and that.
Not to mention Cramond Island.
There's a causeway connecting Cramond Island to the mainland, but it's a good idea to check the tidal tables before venturing out.
Ah, well, maybe another time. Oh, look! A pretty boat!
I love watching the sun reflect off the water. Very relaxing.
Another boat. This one doesn't seem to be going anywhere. Still, it's quite pretty with the trees in the background and that.
Bye then, Cramond. Shlater!
I could totally get a job with the Scotch tourist board.