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... teenagers and a trailer full of canoes arrived. They were going for a paddle along the canal and we were going for a walk. We've come to expect interesting surprises in our travels, mostly because we don't schedule ourselves tightly, leaving room for serendipity. As we started down the trail next to the aqueduct we found a signpost not far along that pointed to AVONDALE COUNTRY PARK. It didn't say how far, but as it was the only ...
... all together. I then headed down to the Starbucks to get a drink and some free internet. I got to talk to mum for a good our on FB free calls (yes such a thing exists) and then I got at train after 6, which is off peak time. I made it back to Polmont and then had to walk from the train station. That 30 minute walk turned into almost an hour when I got a bit lost. Oops. I pretty much walked into the next town before I realized I had ...
... especially one called Primark. It's like a huge Target/BigW and there must of been a huge sale on as it was packed. All I wanted was a pair of stockings but did spot heaps of clothes really cheap but the dressing room lines were really long so I couldn't be bothered. Ross did however pick up a pair of jeans. What a difference a day makes - Thursday was cold and overcast and no-one using the outdoor eateries or sitting in the parks but come Friday and ...
... parish paid the fees! LOCAL TERMS Close = an alleyway wide enough to walk down. Wynd = an alleyway wide enough for a hand cart Causeway = a thoroughfare wide enough for a horse and cart --------------------------------------- --------------------------------------- --------- We decide to return to our campsite via the Forth Road Bridge and South Queensferry. The main intention is to get a closer look at both the road and the rail bridges. But the town turns out to be ...
... we are encouraged to use our "temporary membership" to its full capacity. Donning our rain gear under over cast skies we prepare to tackle Prestwick. A demanding, exciting and constantly challenging course! A caddie is crucial for playing this traditional links course as it winds along the coastal land with several holes crisscrossing. Having caddied for 42 years at Prestwick, our caddie has plenty of Prestwick stories. With Hole names of ...
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