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This past weekend was the 144th Edition of The British Open Golf Tournament ....affectionately called "The Open". My wife, Marilyn, and I were discussing our past trip to Scotland and our stop at St. Andrews by the Sea. That discussion motivated me to enter this blog and share some pictures with you.
St. Andrews Old Golf Course is at St. Andrews, Fife, Scotland and is known as the home of Golf. Golf was actually played there dating back to the 1400's, but ...
... walk was hands down one of the most incredible things I have ever done. With such a fun and encouraging group of people and such perfect sunny weather it was hard to go wrong! It was definitely challenging and certainly did test both our physical and mental strength but never did anyone want to give up or turn around. The hike was divided into five 2-hour sections and we concentrated on one section at a time and took our time. There was not a single cloud in the sky and ...
... I was chosen along with seven other girls by my coach to row in two boats of 4 people in a race that takes place in two weeks from now against other universities. We have each only gone rowing about two or three times so far so I think just getting the boat moving will be an exciting accomplishment!! The race is on November 8th so I will let you know how it goes!
Another thing I have been doing is helping out with the ...
... a client Donnie often enjoys a Scotch with when dropping off tax returns who has been very kind to us over the years, once lending us an excellent book of maps when we were going to be driving around parts of England. Then it was back to the BnB (no wind now of course) where Donnie had to relay his entire golf game to our host, of course (what is it with golfers?!!) and then a relaxing evening. Tomorrow to Edinburgh!
... origins, through the Reformation, to the Da Vinci Code. The Chapel's conservation project ended
in September 2013, the chapel as been under a very large umbrella with scaffolding in place for 16 years. The awning was in place to allow the chapel to dry out as it was crumbling due to ongoing leaks and moisture problems.
Edinburgh castle is next on a very good day by Edinburgh standards apparently. We lose
about 4 hours here, so easy to ...