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... down to choose our various cheesecakes. Mmmmm!! Replete we set out for the airport and our flight home. This time it was on time and we had an uneventful journey. None of us slept and we arrived at Glasgow at 5am - midnight in Orlando! We dropped Cameron off at home to have a glass of milk then bed. Willie and I arrived home about 7.45 and went to bed till midday. Back to normal now with all our happy memories to see us through the rest of the Scottish ...
... br> Delicious lunch in St followed by a local around its ruined cathedral which was built in 1158 and was the largest built in Scotland. It fell into disrepair due to Henry's changes to religion. Then we wandered around the impressive grave yard (you would have enjoyed it mum). There is a ruied casrle on the headland too so lots of history here. Back into the car, we meandered into various villages eg Crail, Anstruther, ...
... once, and I'm quiet when it comes to visits, but some of the others who have very kindly taken me before, have been rather dominant. My sister whom I'm now staying with is working in Perth today, so she will pick me up at the hospital around 5pm, when she gets off work.
I am currently trying to fry some cod fish for lunch, which my sister didn't want, but I am having proplems using the stove top in this kitchen. Oh well, I can ...
... but it was mostly fun to see Rick enjoy it so much. I was pretty much, "ok where's dinner", sorry to my golf buddies out there. The greens are beautiful and everyone around us had the same sort of reverence for the place, if this wasn't "high cotton" nothing is. I knew we could hang with these folks when I saw a bunch of men eating dinner with their baseball caps on and a bottle of catsup on the table, the Americans are catered to here I learned.
Having tested our urban driving skills, we decided to try our skill at the motorways and rural country roads. Perhaps I should say non-urban roads rather than rural because I think what we will find next week will make the secondary roads to St. Andrews look like airport runways.
Chris took the wheel today and did a fabulous job. Once one ventures off the motorway, the roads can become very twisty turny. While all roads are well marked to warn you of the curves, they ...