The Grand Tour: Fife and Beyond

Ramblings of an inveterate cyclist

The day was bright but cold, as I pedalled my way along South Street to Church Square where I set up shop.

I did not need my music since the busking accordionist was doing a swell job, paying medley after medley, he is actually a very accomplished musician, you will see and hear him all over Fife, today he was the roundabout when all were attracted to the swings, not a penny dropped in his hat during the two hours I spent there.

I did have three people came for a blether and a lot of photographs were taken, so hopefully a photo or two on social media.

One woman (I have seen her at the Tory stall during the 2016 election, she certainly was clicking away with her camera, so I can expect competition from now on, of course, they will have all the expensive signs and banners.

I did a few circuits of the town, just to fly the flag,

One guy waiting outside the coffee shop, starting jeering and shouting “Idiot” my message is getting through and clearly they don’t like it, worrying times for all the main parties, including the SNP.

Oor Nicola earlier today made a statement, telling the press that she did not believe Alex Salmond and the Alba party should feature in any further debate, the girl certainly believes in democracy. She must know that she is only in her post by the grace of the Yes voters in Scotland, and their patience is growing very thin indeed. The endless road she has taken them on for Indiref2. Their support is waning, she thought her popularity would gift her a further 5 years as First Minister, no wonder she is not best pleased with the Alba party. A woman’s scorn knows no bounds.

Well the gauntlet has been thrown down in St Andrews, they know we are here now, and I intend to keep up the pressure, as the days count down to what will be a defining election for Scotland.

Keep safe.    

One thought on “Saturday in St Andrews.

  1. Brenda Lewis says:

    Hi Walter Looking good, you will not be missed riding around that’s for sure. We have been busy at the house over the last few days. I will send some photos tomorrow as we were late coming home tonight and are waiting for tea to cook. Take care Brenda

    On Sat, 3 Apr 2021, 12:52 pm The Grand Tour: Fife and Beyond, wrote:

    > threewheelsonmywaggon posted: ” The day was bright but cold, as I pedalled > my way along South Street to Church Square where I set up shop. I did not > need my music since the busking accordionist was doing a swell job, paying > medley after medley, he is actually a very accomplishe” >

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