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... Red Hop On-Hop Off Bus.
First stop . . .George Square. Amazing architecture . . . great pigeons. A little wandering and photo-taking before getting back on 20 minutes later.
Glasgow Cathedral & The Necropolis next. We wandered through the grounds of the ...
... wake up with the rain pelting my tent and ask my buddy if he is still planning on climbing that mountain we talked about the night before. The answer is always yes. Waterproof layers, properly staked tents and navigation skills in a whiteout are always necessary. I've truly gained an appreciation for the relativity of elevation. Sure, these mountains might not reach much higher than 3000ft, but they've definitely offered me some of the crazier conditions ...
... sing along -Ceilidh - style, which was a fine idea, but the song they wanted us to sing along to was all in Gaelic. Not surprisingly, very few sang. Other than that though it was a really good show.
We boarded the bus back to Stirling, replete with a nice dinner and thoroughly entertained. Arriving for the first night in the new digs at a little after midnight.
Thursday was an early start as we were in to Glasgow to play as part of Piping ...
... dirty, gross, cute looking highland cows to top off the day.
Sa**************ed out of Glasgow to Helensburgh to go to the highland games! I was so excited to be experiencing a true highland games in Scotland. We watched a lot of the amateur competitors in the traditional men events. Unlucky Peter didnt do so great in the events, and neither did David, but it was his first time competing so we gave him a break. We were ...
... valuable Spanish paintings. High Class in Glasgow is fairly easy to find, as the city is so old, everything has a feeling of old-fashioned class and happiness about it, as opposed to the temporary "built specifically to host events" places that are common in the US. The reception was held downstairs in what was once the servants quarters, with the kitchen being used for food and the scullery for dancing.
After the ceremony, I ...