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... and at least 3 others I can't remember the name of. The courses are surrounded by beautiful old buildings on one side and the crashing waves of the sea on the other. Another area that seemed interesting was the ladies putting green "The HImalyans" where each mature lady was escorted by a mature gentleman while she sought to hit the pin. After a thorough examination of the golf course and maybe a little ...
... explore them further if I ever get to come back to England. On to Scotland! The trip from Lakeside to Edinburgh was long and uneventful. Mostly up the M6 Motorway. The last 40 miles were through via a tourist route through some small hamlets and villages as well as through some rolling hills. The **** didn't like going up the hills but it did well down hill and on the corners. It is happy sitting on 60-65 MPH which is a problem on the Motorways and "A" roads where the ...
... not spend long there, only stopping briefly for a photo-opportunity at the Black Watch Monument near Wade's bridge with a slight rain coming down, before setting off on the lovely drive to Perth through the Sma' Glen.
I stopped again at the small bridge over the gushing stream just before one enters the Sma' Glen and then at the nearby spot just above another of Wade's bridges where I had also stopped on my previous visit.
... we also bought picnic lunch at the supermarket there. We then kept driving, stopping for photos at Balmoral, Cambus O'May and then had lunch at Glen Tanar by 'the tree' that conquered me when i was younger.
We kept travelling through Deeside and finally got to Sam and Millie's around 3.45pm. Unfortunately Sam is away offshore this week. We talked with Millie and then had nachos for tea and strawberries and cream for dessert before heading to bed.
... Ireland and Charlie who I have since discovered is actually Major Charles Pelling of the Royal Tank Regiment. They both encouraged me several times to come back when the factory workers are in and I'm already revising my route so I can do this later in my tour.
The Poppy Factory is a very, very emotional place and I encourage anyone who has the chance to visit to do so.http://www.ladyhaigspoppyfactory.org ...