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... off the train all I had to do was hop on a bus back to St Andrews - only problem was no one quite knew where the bus stop near the train station was...Whether it was because of the construction going on all over the city that keeps messing up the bus routes or because everyone was disoriented because it was dark outside earlier due to daylight savings, I will never know. Luckily a girl from Dundee overheard me asking not one, not two but FIVE people how to get ...
... bring you complimentary chips, salsa, and a shooter glass of margaritas. Nice touch!
We thought we might end our day by going to a movie, but we were both yawning by the end of our meal. We'd had a lot of fresh air, and by fresh I include somewhat cold and very windy for much of the day, so we just toddled off home and spent a quiet evening at the BnB. Well, for me it wasn't that quiet because I had to listen to Donnie snoring. Oh well.
... that have stood in the same spot.... on an Open Sun with a chance to win.....very nostalgic and cool to experience such golf history.
The first shot is a bit unnerving as there are spectators (even at 7 am) watching from all around. The fairway is roughly the size of Sea Tac airport but it isn't an easy shot. The course was really fun with tons of great stories and tidbits from the caddies......one such tidbit is that the largest green is 1.3 acres! ...
... that one might want to have around, whereas actually, in the past they were a valuable resource. We saw extensive dovecotes hollowed into the tufa in Cappadocia in Turkey, and when we asked, were told the same thing: double purpose, manure and food.
I was navigating by means of Google Maps in conjunction with my big paper map, and thrashed about a bit around the back of Hallow Hill before realising that the doocot was almost certainly somewhere ...
Today we woke to another morning of glorious sunshine and after breakfast we all went to Dundee where Gail and Gail had a tour of the Verdant Works which were located in the old mill section of the city. The old Verdant Works is now made into a museum where you can see how verdant was made and the many uses it had and still has today. At one time the raw material to make verdant was shipped from India. Of course this was during the ...