Wind round to W. but almost imperceptible. A rather chilly day but with sunshine at times. Perfect for cycling. Left about 10 + went to Sandhead (where I ascended the moat1), Drummore, Mull of Galloway, Kirkmaiden, Port Logan + back the way I came. Saw beautiful pink Saxifrage + [?] (or were the latter Sedum!) on the seashore + several shrubs I did not know. It was a pretty rough + hilly road from Drummore to the lighthouse in contrast to the smooth level shore road. Kirkmaiden Church stands on a prominent height from there to Port Logan across the peninsula is very steep. Took my tea behind a dyke on the Mull + enjoyed the sea air + views. The journey near 48 miles + on the whole a very easy one. Got back to dinner before 7.
1 There is a Motte at the north end of Sandhead
[Source: Scottish Borders Archives & Local History Service SBA/657/22, Dr J S Muir of Selkirk, medical practitioner, journal for 1919]