In my summer job at St Andrews, I’ve been introduced to a beautiful lane known as Lade Braes. It starts in St Andrews and wends its way to an ancient mill. Parts of it date to the twelfth century. The parts in town are bordered by moss-covered stone walls, behind which hide quaint houses fronted by beautiful gardens. Out of the town center, Lade Braes is a woodland oasis. It’s incredibly peaceful. Spending time there makes me feel great, or ça me file la pêche (sah muh feel lah pesh). It’s become one of my favorite places in St Andrews.