The Beechwood Guest House
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... of destinations, or I can walk up stream on the river bank, past the university and through woods infested with squirrels. Treacle has almost had a nervous breakdown because there were more squirrels than she could chase and she was desperate to follow them up the pine trees, but sadly her legs are not made for that sort of activity. It has been really good for me because I don't have to walk very far before Treacle has had an extremely good work out. ...
... has the express trains, the other the slow ones, so luckily we knew to go to the express station!) and just had time for a hamburger and small Glasgow salad, as the only available foodstuff on the concourse, before hopping on our train and trundling home. As we said, if you're going to have fast food anywhere, it had better be in Glasgow for true authenticity. You wouldn't eat Italian in Beijing, or Thai in Paris, so why would you eat healthy food in Glasgow?
... café’s to passionately comparing campground facilities. “This one has a bench in the shower cubical!”.
Neither of us can settle with a tin cup of red wine until this evening ritual is complete, giving us small habitual doses inside a giant anomalous state. Somehow in this enormous journey, in these endless spacious mountains we have created a little space called home for ourselves and our two motorised kids… It just happens to relocate each day. ...
... train. We sat at a table and talked/wrote/napped during the hour long ride. The view was gorgeous, we've really loved the views from our train rides.
Exiting the Glasgow Queen Street station with nary a mishap, we found ourselves facing a rather gorgeous city square called George's Square. I hadn't looked up much in Glasgow. All I was interested in was the Kelvingrove Museum, and from the map in Georges Square, it was quite a hike away. We spent several minutes ...
... beside Loch Lomond, mainly hidden by trees.
Back at McLays. A beautiful hot day in Glasgow with many visitors on the street and a few bagpipes. It is the main day of the World Pipe Band Championships tomorrow. My suitcase made it here - just. It has now been consigned to the skip and I have a new 4 wheeled model which will roll along beside me and hopefully it also spreads the weight ...