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Watching men in kilts tossing cabers, hammer throwing and competing in tug-of-wars was our day today. If you did not guess already, today we went to the Highland Games in Blackford. The weather was a perfect, sunny, clear sky however there was a breeze blowing off the snow capped highlands which made it quite cold at times.
The games were great fun and we were kept entertained watching not only ...
... can rebound off as well as a net. We were fortunate to see a game in progress so we were able to see how it is actually played.
We then drove onto St Andrews and took a walk along its famous Old Course watching the golf. Some very, very, very, poor golf! The course is open to the public with numerous walking paths which criss cross the fairways and is a popular thoroughfare for people getting from one ...
... it a day, even though we'd only been there for about 10 mins. I had hoped to visit her every single day of my stay here, butI realize that was unrealistic, and it is all about doing whatever it takes forher to heal the most effectively. Most effective isn't always the fastest recovery. Oh well; I have other family members over here to spend time with,and there is a bit more shopping I would like to do. I would also have ...
... of water. It seems an appropriate farewell to a day of curiosities.
Bannockburn poem by Kathleen Jamie
Come all ye, the country says
You win me, who take me most to heart
Here lies our land: every airt
beneath swift clouds, glad glints of sun
belonging to none but itself.
We are mere transients, who sing
its westlin winds and fernie braes
northern lights and siller tides
small folk playing our part.
... fancy halls and myriad servants, but somehow the Scots seem to be quieter and more restrained.
There also seems to be a different attitude to service, though the staff at Kible College were attentive, shop keepers and barmaids in Oxford were brusque compared to their Scottish counterparts.
One surprising difference between the two towns is access to the countryside. There seem to be ...