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Visited Glasgow Cathedral today. Pic 1. We noted the nearby Necropolis (often in Taggart) (Pic 2) and the beautiful clock at the east end of the Nave. The building is significant not only because it was built in the 12th C but also because it is the only cathedral in Scotland that wasn't torn down in the reformation. When the crowds with stone masons arrived, they were kept at bay by tearing down most ...
It started as a drizzly day. I wandered down to Glasgow Green after midday where they had lots of free festival happenings. The weather got worse, so I headed toward the Hockey Centre hoping to take refuge but the gates weren't open yet. The event staff were directing people to the pub across the road "The Bowlers Lounge" so I headed over for a dry place to sit and something to wet my whistle. I sat at a table by myself but with people pouring in from the pouring rain, ...
... We hobbled out and hobbled onto the train, and went over to where the West End Festival was going on. They had the big parade today.
Now, I have this thing where whenever I take someone somewhere I feel it is my responsibility if someone doesn’t have fun. Not the healthiest habit in the world, but never-the-less, it happened again today.
I was so hoping that Anne would actually enjoy the festival, and not just act happy because of me.
... let's just take the volume off this.. oh it's off.
KAT: lololololol.. oh no, no, my ribs, I hate this thing, chair..
NATO: love how you're not moving
KAT: no.. I'm ready to die... oh, it's a video
Describe in 3 words.
KAT: Mmmm *click* ***** get lost.
... He was a Campbell...that is a long, violent story!!) And we stopped at Castle Stalker...a wee ruin out on a little island. Very cute!! We had a little walk through the old slate quarry and stopped in at Glencoe, scene of the long, violent story of the Campbell's. Winding back through the highlands along the many lochs and by the many castles and ruins, you can't help but become enamoured with the history, and a little romantic about the folklore. Stories of the fairies on Isle ...