Scottish Golf Apartments
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I was really looking forward to visiting the place where many of my ancestors were born & had lived. We were picked up from Alison's by Rory & Uncle Innes & set off to visit Friockheim & Arbroath (Our Scottish family call it the 'Friockheim Experience') We headed straight to the Friockheim Cemetery to visit the grave of my paternal great grandfather Robert Innes, great grandmother Jessie Innes & great uncle Robert Innes. They have a ...
... been so lucky with the weather all week and felt so contented here that it was particularly hard to leave. Our journey continued to Leeds. It was a lovely drive through the Yorkshire Dales with their stone fences making a patchwork quilt of the rolling green countryside – each patchwork block a different scene, sheep and cattle grazing, stone farmhouses and barns, cereal grains gently waving their heads, wildflowers or just plain green, ...
... but it was mostly fun to see Rick enjoy it so much. I was pretty much, "ok where's dinner", sorry to my golf buddies out there. The greens are beautiful and everyone around us had the same sort of reverence for the place, if this wasn't "high cotton" nothing is. I knew we could hang with these folks when I saw a bunch of men eating dinner with their baseball caps on and a bottle of catsup on the table, the Americans are catered to here I learned.
... pitched his tent. Amongst many other important topics. Off he went, with his full pack, and some while later, towards the BOTTOM of the gorge, we met him coming UP again, still with the pack. (The gorge is about a kilometre of quite a stiff climb, I certainly couldn't have done it twice in a day if my life had depended on it.) This time it was, "You know those shoes they call mules, well I won't take my pack off to show you, but I had a pair made of polystyrene and ...
... at least for 9 holes). After meeting his playing partners, three fellows from a group of nine on a golfing trip, we set off. All links courses are different and are affected by the winds in a different manner and it wasn’t long before they all realized that the reputation of the course for being tough, was not made up. Steve was either in the rough or in huge bunkers and at one point nearly falling in the burn that snakes its way throughout the ...