by Wendy

To anyone wanting to go to Scotland, do not be lured by the grim faced and damp West Coasty mountains and lochs that attack you with midges and where you need a mac and wellies for 90% of the year. Come to lovely Fife, with its bracing wind (stand at 45% angle and you should be fine and not be blown over), its sunny days (plant out your veg and sweet peas in glorious April and May... then regret it when it hails and snows on 1st June. And if you don't visit for the weather then visit for its hail and hearty welcome, its fun loving and warm people and the best of all the truly meant farewell as you leave a shop or home "Cheerio". It really makes your heart glad, and encourages you to return when you know you have been welcomed home to Fife!

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Aug 18, 2016
Lovely Post NEW
by: Robbie Kennedy Bennett

What a lovely post and so true in my experience. Makes me want to get 'up the road' tae my ancestral Fife.

May 04, 2009
Great Memories
by: May

Hi Wendy
Thanbks for 'kick-starting' my new Memories page. Whether it's the global warmer or whatever, I don't think we've had snow in June since the early 80's. However, I'm writing this from my laptop in St Andrews, and I can only describe the wind as 'bracing' today. But you are right ..... a WARM awaits visitors to the lovely Kingdom of Fife.
Thanks for sharing

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