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Today we headed towards the East Scottish coast for a change of scenery and a chance to meet up with Lorenzo in St Andrews. The land here is much flatter. Some lovely Norfolk-esque fishing villages. Isaac enjoyed running on the sand at a forest beach and then at St. Andrews. We took the scenic route back past the East Neuk fishing villages. Very picturesque and the sun even kept up with us! Wish it wasn't always accompanied by so much wind ...
Drove out of Aberdeen in low fog. First stop was Stonehaven. Parked in Market Square & visited the Information Centre. Went to look for the home of the Lumsden's, Shirl's second great grandfather in High Street & Rodney Street without success. Went to Dunnottar & Fetteresso cemeteries to look for graves funnily enough of Shirl's 3rd great grandparents without ...
... We also went to the William Wallace memorial. Surprising fact - he didn't seem to look like Mel Gibson. We returned to Glasgow and met back up with Mark and Emma and together we all went to Edinburgh the next day. There we went to the Edinburgh Castle which was a fantastic day of history. While the Military Tattoo hadn't started yet, all of the stands were set up and we could see that it is a massive event for all involved. Edinburgh is a lovely ...
... off looking through them there were different flower tents and vegetable tents some of the vegetables were huge shades of the old English movies where they had the biggest turnip competition well believe me they do grow them big here.
After Lunch we wandered around some more and had a look at the displays of wood turning and chain saw carving then it was time to head back home and get ready for the Orkney part of the trip, so see you all in the Orkneys.
... The beach to one side with the tide out and the cluhouse on the other.
The main clubhouse while beautiful looks quite modest in size compared to many in North America. You can walk along both sides of the 2 holes nearest the club house and even cross the fairway. It is a most interesting setup.
We wandered around there for a bit and then ventured into the town proper.
The town is a beautiful mixture of old and new. Beautifully restored historic structures, some ...