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... and shipbuilding and
repair dry docks. Interpretive exhibits around the area help out with imagining
how the area would have been entirely different at different points within the
In theory the Clyde River should also be cleaned up now that
there’s little industry to pollute it, and I’ve read that some of its
tributaries are good salmon fishing streams again. I don’t know, ...
... probably accurate picture of how things are. I buy some papers at the station: most of them have devoted their front pages to referendum coverage. The grand exception is the local weekly 'Helensburgh Advertiser' which, out today, has relegated the referendum to a short piece inside and chosen to lead with the story about the resignation of the minister at St Andrew's church (yes, sadly, ours) - an event which took place two whole weeks ago.
It is very quiet all day ...
... here. Loads of European backpackers, commonwealth games tourists mixing in with glaswegians , drunks and meth heads. Found the commonweath games shop....nice, but realised we missed lulu this evening.....thank god. In keeping with the theme of the visit we found a good ...
... yelled at, attempting to get a picture in a vacant guard's sentry box near Edinburgh castle. There were magnificent views everywhere - the third bridge at the Firth of Forth (say that three times fast), looking over the Firth of Forth to Fife, Arthur's Seat, Palace of Holyrood House, little pocket parks through hidden entranceways. My favourite view was when we climbed up Calton Hill through a couple of old cemeteries, past Nelson Monument to a ...
... the day as we toured the house. On the tour Rachel and Liam were the youngest so Rachel was employed as the meat turner and rubbish girl but then got a quick promotion to Countess when we got to the drawing room where Liam became the Earl. I think they enjoyed this the best as the tour guide fully immersed them into the times of the house.
From Stirling we headed back to Edinburgh as Geoff was keen to see the National Museum, Rachel ...