Our route took us West and North on the A75 to Newton Stewart then south down the A714 and minor roads to Isle of Withorn where we took a look at a small exhibition about the shipwrecks in the area over the years.
We'd heard about the Iron Age Roundhouse in Withorn so decided to take a visit. We arrived just in time for one of the guided tours and spent an enjoyable hour with a very informative and entertaining guide who shared his vast knowledge of both the build of the roundhouse and the lives of those who would have lived in one.
There was plenty of the day left so we headed to Kirkcudbright and explored some of the minor roads in the area before making our way back to the pod.
We'd bought a microwave ready meal in Wigtown so the next challenge was working the microwave. Pam managed to make some sense of it and we had an edible meal.
We went to take a look at the beach but it turned out that it was at the bottom of a very steep hill which neither of us fancied going down, much less coming back up again.