The Golf Inn
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We (my mom and I if you haven't been keeping up!) left the Outer Hebrides in far nw Scotland on August 20th with the agenda of getting to the east coast, just south of Edinburgh, on the 22nd. We spent a night at a great little B+B on Skye and another in a tiny spot called Tyndrum en route. Although our B+B on Skye was in a great spot right on the water and had large picture windows in the dining room/lounge area, we woke up to gloomy skies so opted to just keep going. ...
... of 12 at noon to save money. After we decided to do our walking tour of the royal mile. I had downloaded an audio tour of my phone but it wasn't Rick Steve's and it was terrible. We ended up sitting outside the cathedral just listening the the different tracks. Then we walked up and down part of the mile (which is actually 1.1 miles) that runs from Edinburgh castle and holyroodhouse palace. After we came back to the hostel, hung out for a bit and had ...
It's pretty warm today but there are black clouds looming...Ian is being trailer tent-proud and complaining that I have walked wet grass inside. It's not my fault they cut the grass yesterday without a grass box...and then it rained. It was pitch black when I walked over to the wash block to clean my teeth last night, how was I to know I had brought in half a ton of wet grass with me? If I am in trouble, so is ...
... ran out of time.
Other than that we didn't get up to much more in the month. It really wears on you after a while and the different shows do start to add up especially when you get a few drinks here and there at each one. By the end we were happy to see the bulk of the influx of people clearing out of the city. Will be nice for it to get back to normal! For a change, I started making bread for something to do and dabbled with different loaves. Exceptional carby goodness.
It was a fantastic day at the 'Open'. We arrived around 8:00 am, just in time to see Graeme Dalaet t-off. He was the sole Canadian playing. He was dressed in red and white, showing he had pride. We also saw the three-some of Sir Nick Faldo, Tom Watson, and Fred Couples t-off and play the 1st hole.
Then we headed to the 7th hole, a par ...