Over Aberlady Bay, where T and I went for a very short walk along the track to the golf club, taking in quite a lot of birds. We were pleased to see the geese who are on migration from Iceland and Northern Europe, with some staying at Aberlady for the winter, and others heading south and west. We reckoned they were mostly pink-footed with some barnacles too. We also saw shelducks, curlew, goosanders, a drake eider, gulls and various sandy coloured waders. After the birds we took a path into the village and sat in the sun having tea/coffee and scones. It was a very enjoyable expedition, made even more so because we can't take such things for granted.