The Dunvegan Hotel
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This past weekend was the 144th Edition of The British Open Golf Tournament ....affectionately called "The Open". My wife, Marilyn, and I were discussing our past trip to Scotland and our stop at St. Andrews by the Sea. That discussion motivated me to enter this blog and share some pictures with you.
St. Andrews Old Golf Course is at St. Andrews, Fife, Scotland and is known as the home of Golf. Golf was actually played there dating back to the 1400's, but ...
... rain, it is still a remarkable experience so I am quite looking forward to this little adventure! After a little fresh air, I am then headed off to Spain for a week to train with the rowing team in a city called Banyoles, on the east coast. They say it is a pretty intense week of training as we train three times a day, every day, but I am quite looking forward to spending some time in a completely new city and soaking up a some warm weather! And ...
... Canadian maple syrup that my parents had brought over - SO GOOD.
The other day my flatmate Francis and I were talking about how much terrible things have been on the news recently and he showed me this - http://www.goodnewsnetwork.org/ - a website with nothing but good news! I thought I would share it with you, a great little breath of fresh air every once in a while!
That's all for now! Have a great day/night xoxo
... the priest's smooth Scottish tones. This mass was much more reasonably paced than the one we went to in Ireland some years ago. That was the fastest mass in the west -- in and out in half an hour with barely a thought as to what you were saying in the prayers and absolutely no music. This one even had a few hymns I recognized, so once I quelled my nausea, I quite enjoyed it.
After mass, we popped into the Dunvegan again because I ...
... in and claimed the bottom two bunks before the third person arrived. When she came she was quite sweet (Kaye's expression), she was German and a bit put out about having to climb into the top bunk but Kaye and i said that we had to get up many times to go to the loo. There was no spacee to store her suitcase (ours went under the bed) and so we were cramped for room.