Brekkie starts the day again, then the kids off to the Bus. We popped back into the house for a wee cup of tea.
I was asked to investigate walking routes for the Young Adults group in church, so we set sail for the causeway. We were really checking out parking arrangements, to try to ensure we could plan to park at a free carpark.
After calling briefly at the £5 per car Giants Causeway, we went round the coast road to Dunseverick Castle.
From there we travelled on around to the harbour, and then on round to Portbradden.
Travelling on the next port of call was White Park Bay where we stopped for a walk on the beach. It was freezing (almost literally).
Lastly we called at Ballintoy Harbour where the waves were breathtaking as they splashed over the rocks.
Afterwards we went home via Portbalintree for a light lunch, before picking up Kate from school.
We had a couple of small issues with the house, and so we waited for the builder to appear, and after some time he did, and we got problems sorted.
For the first time in a long time we got the kites out, and it was fantastic wind for them both, and it was great until the rain came on.
We gathered the kites up, and had a lovely Tescos pizza for tea. The excitement for the night was only about to begin, but unfortunately for the details of that excitement you'll have to check the minute book of First Dunboe Church's Committee.