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... up! And there were no taxis in sight so that wasn't really an option! Needless to say, I was so grateful that the girl (who's name I will never know) took the time to make sure I successfully made it to the bus stop, It was such a nice note to end my wonderful little weekend away.
I apologize for the delay since my last post! I will be writing another post soon with an update on life in St Andrews so far. I am sending lots of love to all of you! xx
... invaluable advice on clubs to use and where to aim his shots. Donnie started out with a nice straight drive down the first fairway and ended up with par on the first three holes, which is pretty hard when everyone is watching. He gives a lot (but not all, after all, this is my husband we're talking about) of the credit to his caddy.
They were lucky enough to get in 12 dry holes, but then the rain and wind hit and he had forgotten his ...
... the disciple. Andrew, you may remember, was crucified on an X shaped cross which is why one is found on the Scottish flag. Another notable fact is that Saint Andrews is the birthplace of the game of Golf, and the original course continues in operation ...
... I followed it for 3 or 4km, only crossing one road, through the most gloriously golden woodlands, on a lovely springy path that wound down close to the burn and then up gently over the hills. Why did we spend so much effort on that ridiculous Fife Coastal Path when this was almost literally on our doorstep the whole time?
I emerged at something called the Craigtoun Country Park, absolutely deserted apart from three cheery gardeners. It has a ...
... given that I have also brought two of my own projects that I would like to work on.
What is so wonderful about this place is that everyone I talk to is involved in millimetre wave radar of one form or another, and they are all specialists and so much more knowledgeable than I am, a great learning environment.
The newest radars that Duncan has only recently finished building are called IRAD and NIRAD, ...