After we stopped at Balmoral we drove down the highway to find our B&B which was on a farm this time. We were greeted by quite a herd of curious cattle outside the gate.
Our two travelling teenagers in a colourful section of the garden.
We avoided Aberdeen and headed down the cost to the southwest, back toward Edinburgh, with a stop at this 'bothy' as our B&B for the night, the only one we were not entirely satisfied with.
After turning at Dundee we headed out through Fife to St. Andrews, stopping to see the ruined cathedral. Said to be the largest church in medieval Scotland, built starting in 1158, it was destroyed by a Protestant mob incited by the preaching of John Knox during the Protestant Reformation in 1559, and fell into ruin. It was used as a quarry by locals, leaving very little of the building left.