Only one short visit to Scotland this year, and we booked a lovely looking site by the Bonnie Banks of Loch Lomond, at Luss. Only a couple of hundred miles more there and back, via the Lake District and Northumbria.
When we found out that a Bailey Adamo 75-4i was available for a three-week loan, with an island bed, automatic gearbox, automatic headlights, and the essential automatic windscreen wipers, it was the perfect tour for a YouTube Review. We had never slept in an island bed motorhome either, so we thought that would be interesting.
Our first stop was the idyllic Dockray Meadows in the Western Lake District, a Caravan and Motorhome Club Site with no shower or toilet facilities. Such a great site to stop and enjoy the quiet and the scenery.
We took the Adamo on a drive the following day to Workington, parked up by the harbour at the beginning of the Coast-to-Coast Cycle route, and watched a giant drilling platform sail into the harbour.
The following day, a drive down the windy B5289 took us to the wonderful Buttermere, peaceful waters and one of the great walks in the Lake District, The Lake by the Dairy Pastures.