Carnoustie Golf Course Hotel
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This afternoon after school we set out to explore the local area with our first stop the town of Falkland and its well known Palace of the same name.
The palace is another Royal property however is managed by the National Trust of Scotland and part of the palace is still occupied by the Crichton-Stuart family who have been the Keeper's of the palace for centuries.
Where the palace now sits ...
... Tom has never made par on the hole ..... We played it twice and Connor made par both times. He was quick with reminding us of the Watson story afterwards! Zach is absolutely killing the ball and has little trouble driving the ball past Scott and Chip. The boys are really having fun and its great to see them walking fairways together again.
Ok here is the brilliant moment....after finishing our first round ...
... new desk lamps. It took us back to the weekend settling Jennie into Wagga Wagga, when we did exactly the same. The interesting thing was that every party of passers-by consisted of at least one student and one parent, possibly with associated extra family members, so one kept seeing pairs of the same face, just 25 years different in age. It was like some odd version of that scene in "Brave New World" with the hordes of Epsilon Minuses in the ...
... could find any cheap plastic? I was quite embarrassed to have to ask, sidling up to the counter like a teenager buying condoms, and muttering "plastic food containers?" Turns out there were some, on the bottom shelf behind all the nice stuff, but even those were sturdy and well-made, rather than cheap and flimsy.
I bought a nice wooden spoon as well, so I didn't feel quite such a cheapskate.
... Links Golf Shop (Exclusive Retailers of Officially Approved Merchandise!).
On Tuesday I went to St. Andrews Cathedral, the castle, the aquarium and the British Golf Museum. The aquarium has meerkats! (Desert animal in an aquarium. Go figure.) In the golf museum I learned that the first golf balls were stuffed with feathers. I also went to the Old Course Hotel for afternoon tea. I had peppermint tea with assorted scones and pastries. It ...