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... apparently the second best summer day they had had so far!)
Loz had hired a car for the weekend so we could see some of the area, and this day had been set aside for the pretty coastal town of St. Andrews. St. Andrews is famous for being the place where golf was invented, the place where The beach running scene in Chariots of Fire was filmed and the place where the royal Kate and Will met. Quite a lot of fame for a ...
... the next level up, but also wanted to cheer on the USA group. Following their performance, I asked the Pipe Major where the group was from: Portland, Oregon!!!!! Ha ha!!
We wandered over to the wee ones in the Highland dancing contest. They were cute and many in n umber. Then we went to the Level 3 piper band competition arena. While I don't believe our ears are trained enough to really appreciate the difference, I DID strike up ...
... and took in a few of the sights. Weather was still great.
As the day went on the temperature started to drop and feet were starting to realise the miles we had put in. We then caught the bus back into town and headed home for a well earned wine and nice meal.
We will miss this great city. But I am sure what we are about to experience will only add to our already great photo album and experiences.
... not happy and was simply booting anything or anyone in his path. I just sat and watched as the last thing I wanted was to be kicked by an angry horse.
Finally he gave up and the farmer took him away and the road was re-opened and since I was the leader of the pack I had to make progress. I had squeezed passed all these cars and so the last thing I wanted to do was hold them all back with me taking my time on the slippery curves and so I just had to go as fast as possible on ...
... most exciting maze – a maze like no other I’ve seen as it was actually a maze with bushes higher than anyones head and impossible to get out of!
It was then about time to head back and it was 5mins to the next bus so mum and I ran down the long driveway to the road and got there just in time to see the bus passing but not stopping as it didn’t see us! So we decided to walk down the road to a proper ...