Travelodge Perth A9
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... It's an old town with a very old university, a very very old cathedral (now ruined) and a great fish and chip shop.
Euan had to go to work around 1pm, but after lunch we and Lozzy stayed on to play a round of 'golf.' I say 'golf' because it wasn't full golf, it wasn't pitch and putt, and it wasn't mini golf. It was basically one huge, hilly putting green with 18 holes dotted over it. It was surprisingly fun! Pete won, ...
... about Levels and competition with the man standing next to me. He turned out to be the Director of all Highland games in Great Britain. He gave me pointers for at least 15 minutes - very kind man!!
Remember that heavy rain forecast? Well, it arrived, with a bang, about 12:30. Our shoes and pants were soaked within minutes. We tried to wait it out, but decided that we had seen: solo pipers; piper bands; Highland dancers; throwing ...
We have now been planning this for some time now.
From finding our boots which took a lot of research to our rucksacks.
We went to the local Tiso and met the most amazing helpful staff and we ended up spending a few pounds in the store to ensure that we have got the best items for our trip.
We set up an Operations room in the lounge and this was helpful to ensure we had all angles covered.
Once we made a ...
... and slow for the curves.
Finally onto the wonderful A701 which leads me to the small town of Moffat. This is a wonderful biker’s road in summer and is often used by bikers who simply just want to head out for a day’s run from Edinburgh.
The sun was now well up and this road was almost ice free but I was still not taking any chances as every now and again there were large patches of sheet ice running across the road where water from the hills had ...
... where we waited another 15mins for the next bus which took us back to town. From here we spent the next while shopping (mum found a new love for Primark) before getting a cold sausage roll from a closing bakery and heading back to the hotel. Here we sat and relaxed for a while before dad came home and so we had a delicious dinner in the hotel before bed.
Tuesday 7th August
Had a lovely sleep in ...