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Maddie, Anne, Ian, Garrett and I arrived in Glasgow at about 8:30am walked out of the airport and kind of just stared at each other with the "um now what?" This was the first trip we booked long ago back in January. A girl Anne spoke to on the first day of class had lived in Glasgow and said we should go there over Edinburgh (not like she was …
... Gellis Duncan lived. Went to a lovely place Called the Woodhouse and the a lovely visit to the wool mill at kip pen. Saw two pet highland cows getting a great feed from tourists. Some lovely soft cashmere jumpers, so nice to touch and a no go zone for hot ...
... Had to do another U turn to go back to it. Worth the U turn as the gatehouse is for sale and looks fabulous as it backs onto the river and is all made of stone with the gateway as part of it. Would you believe that the gateway led to the sewerage treatment works. We then went onto New Lanark which is a village set around a cotton weaving factory built back in 1816 by a very astute young man named John Owen. He was not like all the other cotton millers he actually ...
... best we are not staying too long,
The towns of Windermere and Bowness are really lovely towns and we could have easily stayed longer but we are already a day behind to our schedule so we better get cracking!
On the road by 9.30am and we headed back towards Carlisle to visit Hadrian's Wall. Some interesting roads on the way, so so narrow I find myself breathing in and holding my breath, I like to be helpful! Arrived at the wall which ...
... and so I took a guard aside and said, "I grew up watching these little birds build these nests by the thousand, and they're the other way up!" He was very interested and promised to let the curator know.
The middle of this main hall was taken up with a series of display cases, each devoted to some or other nutcase collector of the past, now deceased, right up to some who had died this century. The notes would tell you a little about the person, why they were important, ...