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We arrived in Scotland last night and checked into Six Murray Park - The place is really nice with Tony our main contact showing tremendous hospitality. We had a 7:10 tee time this am which was before breakfast was served so Tony packed us a breakfast to go. We carried with us to the Old Course this am and ate at the starters shack.
... br> Up until the 1500's the Scottish and England each had their own reigning monarch. When they amalgamated and Scottish James VI moved to London he was actually England's first James. So the Scots refer to him as James the sixth and first. The present Queen Elizabeth is actually the Scot's first Elizabeth. You can see how it all gets convoluted from there...We also enjoyed exploring ...
... a ways from the downtown. It reminded me of my Uncle Charlie's house; he used to spend $1000 a summer on annuals because he loved the variety and explosion of colour they provide.
Jim and Margaret welcomed us very warmly and led us up the very steep staircase (not too many pints before coming home!). Do you know what I love when I arrive at a BnB -- all the fixings for tea and a little treat, here a Scottish shortbread ...
... looking on this misty day; what was particularly interesting was that I'm sure I saw steam or smoke coming from a back corner, so I would like to think the Butler's pantry is still inhabited by a crumbling Earl, like Calke Abbey!
And so home to St Andrews via lovely little country lanes, with the last excitement of the day being the discovery of the furthest end of Lade Brae's Walk, where there is a duck pond, an old water mill and yet another doocot!
... but a good Swiss one, along with sealed canisters of film dated 1972. This stuff will go off to one of the local "antique" stores where some collector will appreciate it. I had a look on eBay and cameras like this sell for £200, so it is probably worth listing.
There was also some equipment, some was rubbish and went into the bin, but some power supplies and sweep oscillators that looked in good condition, we kept. After ...