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... we did not see Nessy!) we headed back to the coach for the final leg of the journey back to Edinburgh. This was probably my favourite part of the journey, as we had several stops at "photo points" right in the heart of the Highlands and it was only fitting that with my awesome Scottish hat, I take a few photos. To give some background, to those unaware, part of my family heritage stems from Scotland and in all honesty, it felt peaceful to be there and I had a sense of ...
... the USA heart rate. Like every good tease it
is invariably better than the real thing. A surging Kaymer, the plucky Garcia
and the stolid Jamie Donaldson brought home the spoils. Despite the pre-match
chest beating from the sage Jack Nicklaus and Butch Harmon, no one advised them
to bring jam to this buffet as they were surely to be toast. The old adage that
teams function better than groups of even inspirational individuals was never
... out "physically formidable". Although I felt the reviewer loved him and the mechanicals. Well deserved praise for Lindsay as well.
Today we made a soggy trek out to the Airport to perform in the International Arrivals Lounge. It seems like a month since we arrived in that very same airport. It was a nice 30 minute ride out by bus. We delivered 3 nice 20 minute sets to the very transient ...
... shop Chinese .then lunch stop a Turkish run establishment .
Once off the motorway and onto the roads to Monshau , the ride was nice ,with sweeping bends good roads lots of bikers.
The bike running good , there is more room than on the v stormm and so much more power . David handling bike well , shoulders fine , and of course I still get on and off looking like a demented chicken . Such is life .
... often very hazy atmosphere. Not sure if that is pollution in general or just the light here. It took about 40 minutes to the summit maybe a bit further than a walk up the mount. But stopping to forage blackberries slowed things down!! ( not me of course but the two country bumpkins from down under ) We finished the day with a stop in a pub on the Grassmarket, before heading back to our B & B we all agree that this is a fabulous city. Should I ? Shouldn't I ...