We are heading to Edinburgh, our final city. We drove from St Andrews and stopped at Scotland’s Secret Bunker. It was built for the Cold War and they still actually have some rooms down there that are top secret and manned 24 hours a day everyday. After the tour we drove on to Dunfermline, Scotland. Andrew Carnegie was born there and they had a free museum of the house where he was born at. We parked at a park nearby his house. The park was a beautiful park full of kids playing and people walking around. It was actually a very large park and we may have gotten a little lost trying to walk through the park. I learned a lot about Andrew Carnegie and the guy at the museum was very exited to tell us what libraries in Oregon were funded by Carnegie. Andrew has an interesting life story that is worth a read if one has time.