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... it took us just under 5 hours. I bought some clothes in the pro shop since my suitcase was being delivered to our hotel in St Andrews (where we will be staying tomorrow and the following 4 nights). The people at the hotel and golf course we're so great! We also bought some winter golf gloves since it was about 0 degrees outside with the wind. We hit the driving range for a quick warm up and then got started. It was windy! But we ...
... on this fine North Eastern tour
was the fishing port of Lossiemouth. It’s a marvelous little village built on
the fishing grounds that used to provide its income. It has seen its share of
tragedy as has most fishing villages. Most notable is the Stotfield disaster on
Christmas Day 1806. The upshot of this was that the village of Stotfield west
of Lossiemouth was left with 17 widows, 47 orphaned children and 2 old men. It
never recovered. Of note in ...
We checked into Hay Lodge Bed & Breakfast in Nairn (lovely B&B), strolled past The Bandstand and The Toorie, walked about (and played on) Leisure Park, had dinner at the Aurora Hotel, drinks at The Classroom and Havelock House...lovely ...
... to see out of the window." His answer was brief; "because they haven't washed it yet." If she was dissatisfied with this response she did not let on.
However I did manage to identify the right stretch of road and was at last on my way along the A9 once again. As on day 36 there did not seem to be much chance on walking close to the shore. I reached Dunbeath quickly. It is the birthplace of novelist Neil Gunn. I took a short ...
... House just outside Dunbeath. I had walked 11.3 miles by the time I finished just after 4.15pm and was ready for a cuppa in the tea house next to the Croft Museum. Some of it had been quite hard walking so it was good to stop, but the day had been exhilarating, sun and wind and wonderful scenery yet again. For the Roadie however the day had been quite long as he waited for me to go through each check point. I really appreciated his concern and the time he has given me. By ...