Flying is a necessary evil to travel.
I am finished driving on the wrong side of the road, but we got to the airport too early.
Today after a good nights sleep in a quiet if expensive hotel, we headed for the . This was a insight into cold war fear in the UK from 1950 to 1990.
Then we drove to the little village of Anstruther. Howie visited the while I picked up 2 caches.
A nice lunch then back to the hotel to rest.
The Weinstein’s left early because Debbie’s father was ill.
Howie golfed the New Course along and we changed hotels.
It was a beautiful day for a walk both on a golf course and on the beach.
Howie on Jubilee course
We left one hotel with bad internet just to drive to another one with bad internet.
WHAT IS WITH THE INTERNET IN SCOTLAND!!!!
Howard and I drove to .
It was interesting to tour the facility and compare how making whisky was similar and different than making wine.
After lunch in Elgin, we visited , a fascinating piece of Scottish history. Build in the 1200′s it was abandoned during the reformation.
I took the train from London to York and had a nice, peaceful, day to myself.
Mainly I was geocaching, but many of them were on the York city wall, so I ended up walking to entire wall.
The only tourist stop was at the , a smelly but interesting museum in the center of town.
York city center with the devil
Today I took Howie to visit Verdmont.
Then he helped me find a hard box.
In general a slow day.
Howie unsuccessfully tried to catch a fish for dinner. Then he rode around taking pictures.
I found the last puzzle cache and the last virtual.
We finally decided the weather was OK to rent scooters from Oleander cycles.
Howie likes the moped just for the excitement of the ride.
I like it only as a mode of transport that gets me places that are hard to get to on the bus.
We road to Dockyards visiting the Gibb’s Hill lighthouse and taking pictures at the golf course and
several beaches. After lunch, Howie abandoned me.