Sometimes, I'm gullible and the worst part of it is I've married a tease. Dan is always making stuff up and I'm always falling for it. On our road trip, he kept telling me that the rolled up hay was called "Swiss Rolls". I'm a city girl, I believed it. It wasn't until after we pulled over and took pictures with them, that he told me that he had made up the name.
They do look like Swiss Rolls...
In any case, we took some very cool pictures in a field just outside of the town of Dornoch in Scotland.
We stopped in the town of Dornoch for lunch at the Butterfingers Cafe. It was here that I finally tried a sandwich that I had seen listed on nearly ever cafe menu in the UK.
Coronation Chicken is a creamy chicken salad made with curry spices and is bright yellow. It was created for the coronation banquet of Queen Elizabeth II in 1953. It is so yummy that I can't believe that it hasn't become popular in America too. We also had a delicious strawberry sponge cake for dessert.
Across the street from the cafe was a beautiful old church.
We also finally found Nessy...she left Loch Ness because it was getting too touristy!