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... We then were able to book the rest of the tee times for the rest of the week! So exciting :) We had decided that we were going to keep our 7pm dinner reservation but only have dessert! Dinner plans were to snack on the groceries we had bought earlier. After dessert, we planned our route for tomorrow, a non-golf day and travel day to St Andrews. We are now laying back, relaxing, letting the wine chill, and watching the Masters' last ...
... to take pictures and admire the views. At each stop was other rabbies tour busses also on the way to Loch ness. We also made a stop at Slate town for a toilet break.
Soon we arrived in Loch ness. There was time for a quick walk before we went on an optional cruise. I ate my lunch, walked around the town, had a look at some souviners and then headed over to the ship/ boat. This tour only got us to Loch ness, but gave the option of doing a lake cruise as well as the time ...
... to take the train into Edinburgh, Scotland's largest city and the location of where the big decision will be made. While I'm visiting Edinburgh Castle and the Royal Mile, Richard will be going to St. Andrews, the town where his favorite game (golf) was invented. We're going to meet up at one of the specialty restaurants on the ship for a dinner to catch up and swap stories & ...
... spending time with relations, touring with Donna, Anita & Michael.
Lows - As always it's saying goodbye to folk. Hate it.
I had a lovely Christmas with Cousins in Fort William. Not a white one unfortunately but most enjoyable.
I am now looking forward now to celebrating Hogmanay with some more amazing cousins who have been very good to me. It will be one to remember I am sure. Add to that my uncle Steve's 80th ...
... Home radar station here on the Orkneys.
The Brochs of Gurness and Birsay
We drove off to the visitor centre for Maeshowe which is a tomb like New Grange. Unfortunately guided tours are limited in size due to parking shortage, and all have been taken. However, the nice man from Historic Scotland offered advice to stop at Dounby for coffee before crossing the moor to Evie and visiting the Brochs of Gurness and Birsay.
This we did. The moor in the mist is ...