Kevin Pilley returns to his student roots and reminisces with another ancient legend to compare notes. Read his report on St. Andrews Revisited.
“Our King James called this kingdom a beggar’s mantle fringed with gold,” said Old Tom. “The headland of swine was once solemn and debauched. Now she’s world famous.” It had been a long time since I had felt Miss Grainger’s Bosoms under my feet. They felt much the same. The Principal’s Nose hadn’t changed little too. And the Lion’s Mouth and the Coffins were much as I remembered them. Hell will never change.Read the full story here