The Fort Hotel
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... was related to Jessie Innes. I would investigate later.....
I only know a few facts about my paternal grandfather, I know his name was George Anderson. I have been told that he was born in a little place called Leysmill. Although I haven’t been able to find out any other information about George it was really nice of Rory to drive us through Leysmill to get a feel for the place he once lived.
We also drove along the street ...
... surely will. But in infommercial
speak.........."wait it gets better". Turns out we saw his
grandson play for Victoria Highlanders and in a pre season game against Glasgow
Rangers this year. Next up is a day of touring as I await the start of the
Ryder Cup at the "hoity toity" Gleneagles Hotel and more footy as the
week moves on. This would be the perfect life if I was retired. Shake your head
man you are retired! Hey ho life is good.
... and walk for about 10 min. The gate was locked so had to get buzzed in where I checked in and took too trips to get my stuff up the winding stairs to my room.
Nice hostel. Huge lounge, games room, nice kitchen, cool dinning room and tv room. Also nice bathroom downstairs. Sat around and ate and chatted to this boring downer guy from auz who was pretty much hating his trip so I am going to enjoy Ireland in ...
A very wet and cold day, but we will not be put off by bad weather. Left quite early to go to St Andrews as dictated by my golfing friends back home. Got there to find a large gathering which we were advised was a protest group on account of the funeral of Margaret Thatcher ( we thought they were queuing to get into the St Andrew's museum). Ignored the protest and went into the club rooms to have morning tea ...
... I can't explain CG's sense of humour but he manages to make a **** film entertaining. I should probably explain as to why we went to see such a terrible film. CG is studying Film at university and wants to be a film critic. This year he has set himself the challenge of going to see every film that is released at Cineworld Dundee and review it. Whenever I'm home I sympathise with the fact that he has to do most of his venture solo and join him. ...