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... one as well and that was just as tasty.
Lemon roulade fresh strawberries, raspberries and blackberries followed by a couple of drams of whisky.
J and J's next door neighbours came over to say good bye to us which was really nice.
The four of us are just sitting chilling now - we've had a great time in Scotland - M and I are planning our next trip over here already --
Tomorrow we are on our way to Singapore.
... united country until the 900's. And we learned a new Scottish term - 'put out a bit' which means screwing around.
St Andrews is a medieval city and St Andrew is the patron saint of Scotland. The ruined cathedral, which was the greatest religious center in Scotland dates back to the 8th century. St Andrews the Apostle's bones were taken there and pilgrims made their way there for worship. St Andrews University is the one of the oldest ...
... spunky after a couple of weeks in jeans. Offered Grace my brown jacket, but she thought I meant the new black Jacket from Gap. Came downstairs looking very grown up and it fit perfectly. Hope I don't have to share that one. Still managed to get lost. Hopeless. Got home eventually though. Packed and ready for early start. - mum It hailed yay! ...
... rather bleak and for
sure it was rain over on the coast. Once we arrived into Newcastle it was the
usual rush by all to get to their cars and bikes. I had decided I was going into
Newcastle to a bike shop I knew to collect some break pads before heading home
and as it was not raining too much decided it was not necessary to put on my wet
gear quite yet!! However once off the ship and through customs I had to stop
within 5 minutes and put it ...
... breakfast and drove to a town called Dunbar , southeast of us by 40 miles or and we arrived with 3 minutes to spare, rented some clubs at the winterfield golf course that is a links course and had tremendous views and holes that made it very challenging but completable..\laura came and manned the flag for us and was quite happy that she had her rain jacket on during the first part....she wasa little trooper i tell you.......i believe the finals were 91 dad and ...