Drumoig Golf Hotel
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... her, so I was happy to see that she could write. We showed her some pictures and Heidi's book,which she was happy to learn of and see. I left a copy with her, and she said she would like to read it, so if she is able to, despite some vision still lacking on the right side of one eye, that would be encouraging for both her and us. It's a balance between her pushing herself too little or too much, but she is a determined person, and when she wants ...
... to score a goal during the breaks. Also, everytime there was a break in play, they would play really loud music which stopped abruptly when they started again. Added to that, I'm sure the commentator had a massive kick drum which kept thumping throughout the game. It all added to the excitement, however I couldn't help thinking that it must be distracting for the players!
I drove home again, and dropped one of the teachers off before we headed home.
... br> We had a wonderful day here enjoying marvelling at the history of the place, the interesting streets and streetscapes which to us are a real delight and eating our lunch at one of the strategically placed seats above the sea where best to enjoy the view of the golf course and the sea. It was here that Rob was robbed of his lunch by a huge and very cunning seagull who swooped from behind and literally grabbed the remainder of his sandwich out of his hand then ...
... Lord for conscientious employees. Especially in the medical field, at any level. Still going to Nashville. But tonight (daytime in Nashville) Starla and I had a celebration meal at Ship on the Shore Restaurant in Leith, and closed our adventure here in Scotland. What a perfect ending to our time ...
... Neeps (turnips) and tatties (potatoes) were good, but boiled haggis was nasty. Fortunately, the first time I tried it (in Inverness) it was fried, and delish! So the way it's prepared makes a big difference. Now I am just chilling in the hotel room while Starla explores more shopping :) Despite the last 24 hours, this has been a fabulous experience. Hope you've enjoyed the pics. A few more left to post, hopefully later ...