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Driving in Scotland

So our trip has involved a fair bit of driving. We arrived in Glasgow, drove to Dornoch for approximately 4 hours. Then we drove from Dornoch to Cruden Bay for 3.5 hours. From Cruden Bay to St. Andrews was another two hours. On Monday we drove from the east coast to the west coast to arrive at Turnberry (just south of Ayr). This has given rise to car games, drawing pictures, listening to music and lots and lots of sleeping for those of us who did't have to drive.

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Scotland driving involves a significant number of roundabouts instead of stops signs. Brian and David did a great job navigating us through them. Carrie and I mostly slept and read in the back seat. Thankfully our trusty van got us everywhere we needed to go, but I don't think David was sad to return it our last night there.
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Posted by sullivnm25 01:56

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