Gleddoch Gate House
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... running ahead when suddenly I saw cars moving fast through the woods and to my shock realised there was a road and Treacle was on the far side. I panicked and called her back which was the wrong thing to do, but luckily there was a gap in the cars and she crossed the road for a second time safely. We then came to Strathclyde Loch which I presumed would be a natural lake but it turned out to be a rather bleak reservoir with mowed grass around its edges and bordered on its ...
... we have a cup of tea and a walk round the grounds to see the flock of breeding ewes and the new mobile hen-house. The livestock is very appealing: the sheep look like so may pristine mobile rugs, and the 300 new hens cluster and preen themselves in identical uniforms of glossy tan and dark brown. I even quite like the dog. Some piglets have escaped and are making merry in the vegetable patch, so I enjoy the view for a bit while my host ...
... hoping right out of way so changed directions and finally for to side of the Loch at Balmaha. Disappointed just a small area with old boats etc so decided to go onto the Duck Bay Matina that Laura had told us about and very nice, better area at Southern end of the lake - had lovely meal lucky to get seat and table as Father's Day and very popular as not day from Glasglow Back to b&b ...
... show, we headed to Kelvingrove Art Gallery and Museum. It was quite an interesting place and very random, but it was free so who cares. We walked back to the city center, which ended up being a trek. On the way back though, I figured out that forget me finding an Irishman in life. I'm gettin' myself a Scottish man. They breed them very well here! I can't understand a damn thing they're saying, because the Scottish have such thick accents ...
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