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We left our beautiful B & B, Bonnie Haven, and our gracious hosts, Willie and Joan, at 8am. The weather was cool but beautiful and sunny. Annie is becoming sensitive to my comments in this diary, so there won't be any more of them. By the way she really murdered the croissants when we were in France. Oops. Anyway, today I'm reluctant to admit, she has chosen, 2 more magnificent roads on which to travel. ...
But the best part was watching the golfers make great putts, not so great drives and a few "fores!" in there too. We took a walk on the beach in the beautiful, sunny weather and relaxed the day away.
Ohh Scotland, how we love thee. We just can't wait to return again. We are already planning our next trip to stay in Edinburgh and visit St. Andrews again. It is so quiet here and the vast beaches make it much easier to relax. Off to London tomorrow! ...
... Fiona's brother) and Martin's brother Andrew. They lit a candle to unify their love and did the swapping of the rings. It was a really nice ceremony.
After the ceremony came the photos which were taken outside as it was snowing and very beautiful in the grounds. After a drink at the bar and nibbles we sat at our elected Arnold Scwatzs***** film named table. Charlotte and I sat on the commando table along with cousin Phil and uncle George, John (Iain ...
... car and drove back to the main area with shops as I remembered we didn’t have any food for Emma’s afternoon tea. I jumped out of the car and ran into a Tesco to get some food while Matt waited in the car outside as there was nowhere to park. Once I had that, we headed out of the town centre.
We pulled over near the golf course on the way out of town and fed and changed Emma. Then ...
... hidden in the higher areas. I understand that they are inhabited by big stag deer with enormous antlers and other natives of Scotland. They are all signposted on the road and most are only a couple of miles each way. Not a great distance if you are happy to take your time as the walk we did to the Castle from Brodick was 2.6 miles each way.
Dinner at the hotel for the last night...ate deer in honour of the story about the stags ...