|Ian, Gus, Charlie, and Ron at the Tay Bridge|
Here Gus and Ron left us to head back to Glamis to enjoy some of the festivities there while myself Charlie and Ian took the cycle route to St Andrews. Just before joining the cycle path we met the Berwicks on their tandem with trailer probably heading into town for the groceries. Once in St Andrews we made our way down to the harbour for a bite to eat at the cabin. There we were met with the sight of a large procession of University Students, resplendent in their red gowns, walking along the harbour.
|Sunny St Andrews|
After the break we headed along by Strathkinness and joined a parade of vintage tractors. The Fordsons and Super Dextas found it hard to pass us, these were the days, so we stopped a while and let them go. We continued down to Dairsie then round by Balmullo, St Michaels, and Wormit before heading back over the Tay. Once in Dundee we took the sharp then steady climb up Princes Street, Albert Street, and Pitkerro Road before dropping down through Mid Craigie and up Longhaugh then out of town by Duntrune. We noticed that the ponds there were drained, perhaps for maintenance, as we continued climbing up by the Murroes then Petterden to take the Lumley Den road to Glamis. Arriving there at a round 5pm it wasn't worth going in so we joined the traffic along the main road to Forfar.
The Wednesday Evening Run this week is to the Drovers at Memus.
The run next Sunday 27th May is to Pitlochry.