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... worried what would occur if she came upon an impressionable septuagenarian.
Headed back to Dundee through the Angus countryside, we stop off in Forfar, the county town of Angus and a once proud manufacturing centre for jute and linen now a market town and tourism centric town. The beauty in these towns can be found not in grand edifices but in the simple places needed to service the lives it's people. On this day we happen upon just such places; Exhibit A is ...
... high speed European trains, got to experience high speed travel 'British style'. Not complaining, train was comfortable (in 1st class at least) service good, breakfast and Lunch with glass of wine served at my table, was just a pity about the bouncy ride, would like to have drunk more and worn less of the wine!
... airport and instead of just getting straight onto a motorway travelling northeast, we tracked around a bit through some suburbs. But (says she who wasn't driving, cheerfully) it was pretty easy - everyone on the correct side of the road and doing more-or-les what you expect at roundabouts and things.
The route took us through a string of tiny villages - I don't know if there is a better, more efficient route, but this one was certainly very pretty, ...
... ancestor tracing and exploring. We had some information as to the location of Great Grandfather William H. Walker's location of burial and went to see if we might find his gravestone. After a visit to the burial office and with map in hand we were off to find Great Grandad Walker. After much searching we realised, sadly, that he had died with an unmarked grave. We met one of the local grave maintenance men ...
... trains racing by.
This was the second walk in which the designated coastal path led me along the landward edge of a military installation, this time the firing range at Barry Buddon. By now I was in sunshine, not only bright, but warm and this lasted all the way to Carnoustie. 11.7 miles in all.
The timing of the return buses was more convenient with only two short waits at Carnoustie and Dundee to return me to Edinburgh.