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... was a lot of coastal fog around known as Harr, which did obscure the view a bit but gave the region a romantic feel.
Thursday, we dropped in at Broughty Castle, before cycling along the Port of Dundee then across the Tay road Bridge. We then followed a delightful trail through the Tentsmuir Forest, then onto to a Private Farm campsite(to get some laundry done) just outside of St Andrews.
Another pleasant day of cycling took us ...
... pointed out the sites as we left the city on our way to our first stop at the Scottish Wool Center in Aberfoyle. This was a rest stop, snack, shop, etc. Again, we were early because of the bicycle race, so we had to wait a while for the store to open. We walked around taking pictures of the various sheep. Once in the store we did some souvenir shopping. Jean saw a few things, but the items were took much for her blood. I saw some nice Harris Tweed sport coats, but I wasn't ready ...
... long, so we head back to our rooms for the night.
In the morning we head out to see the sights and take in some tourist attractions before our next stop. Richard does some shopping and picks up some Scottish heritage...a kilt! We will only be here till early afternoon before we drive to out next activity.
This is a quick stopover for the night but a wonderful city to see and ...
... by the end. Michaela Much to my excitement and Kathryn's dismay, we arrived back in London! Staying on a different side of town this time we were in the paddington bear district. With only two nights to kill, I was quite restrained in shopping, only visiting Oxford street once, and Kathryn spending her time running through Hyde park almost being knocked over by a dog. (However knowing Kathryn I'm sure the dog was the one in danger of being flattened).... It was a short but ...
... have trying to get past airport security, but it looked as though she had her routine figured out and had been in Edinburgh for some time. I asked if I could take her photo, and just when I thought she had no spare flesh left to meddle with, she stuck out her tongue to pose for the portrait and there to my amazement was even more bling. After capturing this human oddity I walked around a little more, peeked inside the wonderful St Giles Cathedral, and then went straight ...