Carnoustie Golf Course Hotel
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... down to attaching the seats and rigors to the boat! There was a first wave of rowers (each boat had 4 rowers) that raced in the morning, and around 1pm it was our turn! The way rowing races work is you get in the boat at the finish line and actually row the whole course (in our case 4.5km) to the start line. So they give you a time that everyone has to be at the start line by and you have to make sure your team gives itself enough time to make it there to ...
Drove to Dundee. We stopped at the Discovery Centre. Captain Scots ship, The Discovery, was berthed alongside the wharf, ready to sail. Great museum and then we clambered in and out of the 3 deck levels of the ship. The ship went on the British Antarctic Expedition in 1901-1904 and has been really faithfully restored. Had lunch and then walked along East ...
... caddie rounds while on his break. I peppered him with questions the entire 18 round asking about the behind the scenes of the tour life. He was a really good guy and was open to telling me about his experiences. Good thing we were able to talk during the round as my game was terrible, but surprisingly I enjoyed the round. Darcy played well today and it would have been his best ball striking day. The course is famous for ...
... was repurposed to build a pier. We walked up to the Cathedral and wandered there for a couple of hours. We finished by climbing the 157 steps to the top of St Rules Tower. The view was definitely worth it. We drove back down the coast to Anstruther and had supper at the Waterfront Restaurant, really great place. Once we got back to the Caledonian we met Brian, Alan's cousin, for a drink in the bar. Arranged that we would meet the rest of the family for dinner there on the ...
... and spent some time learning a bit more history. (We also came across him way back in Tromso, Norway). Then a leisurely drive up the coast through some pretty little towns and finally on to Glamis Castle (used to be the home of the Queen Mother). Having decided that we were castled out, we took some photos and decided we would check out the gift shop but we were not allowed unless we were prepared ...