I was delighted to be invited to join the Canadian tourists on their visit today to the National Museum of Flight at East Fortune, and to Glenkinchie Distillery, the day sponsored by East Lothian Council whose hospitality was much enjoyed.
For the record, on the ice, both groups of tourists who went North and South have given us a right 'doing' and the Strathcona Cup is now in Canadian hands with just a couple of counting matches still to play. Find all the results here.
Top: David Affleck (East Lothian Province Secretary, who organised the day) and Malcolm Patrick with some of the visitors, a model, and the 'real thing', Concorde Alpha Alpha.
Some of the visitors having the 'Concorde Experience'.
The Editor enjoyed his coffee and shortbread at the National Museum of Flight. Appropriate, what?
Pics by Bob.
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