Doom and gloom of the East Coast

Even before we set on this trip we were told about the east coast. Similarly during this trip when people found out that we finished the west coast they would often feel sorry for us that we still have the east coast left. We have never been to the east coast, kayaking, sightseeing, climbing, nothing. The closest we ever approached it was on a fast train between Scotland and London. On top of that reading blogs of this year circumnavigators it all sounded harsh.
The north bit its farewell to us by sending some dolphins and gannets to deliver the message.

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And then we turned the corner at Fraserburgh. Is this it? We thought.

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But not, it’s not. It can be pretty, too.

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Now, we are looking forward to see the rest of it.

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East Coast, here we come!

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