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... was strange to see some guys who I last saw in 1983/84 and didn't know too well. Some guys who were in the band, and had left before I joined too. The majority of the guys there were the ones there through the 80's when I was in the band. It was always the ethos of the band, that "what goes on tour, stays on tour". Imagine my surprise when my old ...
And now we enter the land of the Scots! When I last left off I mentioned attending the food and drink festival of York in the morning which I did do, I ate some good soup and bought some good fudge and then sat in the sun reading until it was time to board my train to Glasgow. When I arrived in Glasgow I met up with our wonderful family friends Meg and Jarrod McGuire and their 2 adorable children Harris and Rowan. The last time I saw Meg and Jarrod their son Harris ...
... we jumped on another train that would take us to Stirling. Although Davie laughed at us, he was quite a big help and was a very friendly man. We were all thankful that he could help us. So we were jumping on trains and practically making them by just a few minutes but we did it. On the last train to stirling we sat near a couple who had their heads down.. clearly turned up for valentine's day and we didn't think much of it till the lifted their heads and the ...
... got myself a haircut. I managed to rid myself of a mountain of hair and not get a “salad” (ask Braeden for a definition). I had an enjoyable walk back to the Hostel and found many bars open. The first impressions of Glasgow is that its dead, but I felt like if you looked under the surface that it has far more to offer. I wanted to head out after dinner and check things out. For dinner all three of us donned the ...
As the week went on we built a better relationship with the kids who came out of their shells a bit (Indians are known to be pretty shy in group situations) and we had some amazing evenings. We felt like speaking about dreams and thinking out of the often rigid boxes that their culture can put on them. Well one night Nomes got us all writing down our dreams and petitions that they would press for every day. They were amazingly honest and open and we had a great time ...