Along the journey

During my trip and certainly before and after I am going to tell about what I find along the journey. Topics may be material, travel planning, thoughts and emotions, and anything else which comes along and I find interesting enough. I am looking forward to any reaction, any thought, and any comment by you, dear reader.

Two nights in the hotel were comfortable, the luggage is dry again. Today my way leads me to Aberdeen, golf is only on the agenda while rolling past. In one case this is quite unfortunate and in the other completely unquestionable.

How would it turn out today? Golf and I meet again, we haven't seen each other for almost two days. We arranged to meet at the seventh oldest golf club in the world.

The slight disgruntlement about the surprisingly high price for the short-term rent of three square meters of formerly grassy sandy soil had evaporated relatively quickly. The Moray Golfclub was waiting for me and in the evening I wanted to do a quick round on the inner, the New Course.

Today, the way east takes me from Lossiemouth to Fraserburgh. This would take me to the outer east of the island. In a travel guide I read that this part of the country is rather boring for bicycle trips. I cannot confirm that.

Lossiemouth and nearby Elgin were still on my mind due to an earlier tour, mainly because of two things: At the end of April I once got a B&B room there only due to considerable telephonic persistence, and there is a RAF base in Lossiemouth, from where fighter planes take off regularly and frequently. Both memories are in direct connection with each other.