I was grateful when an old friend pointed out this opportunity in the Fife 'Doors Open Day' programme. I spend a lot of time these days in the study of curling's history, so Sunday was marked out as an 'away day' in search of curling knowledge!
I made the drive up to the north east corner of Fife, near Newburgh. It was a lovely day for a drive, with interesting skies.
The little building with the green roof was where I was headed. What I found, and learned, on my visit is described on the Curling History blog here.
Lindores Loch, a peaceful scene on Sunday. What a great day!