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20th June 2003
Windy showers 17 degrees
Travel Inn Glasgow £44.95
Today we drove to see Cove where Grandma's ashes were scattered and intended to get the ferry. It was too cold and windy (the lake had waves) so had a look from across the lake. On the way we had a look at Newark Castle which was quite small …
19th June 2003
Carlisle to Glasgow
Windy rain 17 degrees
Glasgow Travel Inn £44.95
We left Carlisle and headed to Hadrians Wall (or some of the remaining bits). We also saw a Roman Fort ruin where nearby I was able to get a photo of a black faced ram and lambs. Next stop was Dumfries where we looked in …
... you would guess haha. So I had an array of different drinks, shots, etc at Ally's and then we finally made it to Dusk and danced all night.
Unforutately I had a class Wednesday morning at 9 so that was a bit rough but I made it. Wednesday afternoon I had my first lab for The Biosphere where we analyzed soil samples. I was so nervous because I didn't know what to expect but it went much better than I had originally thought. For dinner we had an ...
... wife. We stood there for a wee bit while BBHP (Boys Brigade Honorary President) talked about Sir Will. We quickly moved onto where the 1st Glasgow company was established. The BBHP talked about Sir Will and what BB was all about at first. Then came a Coffee shop break, which was very welcome as the air was a bit on the fresh side. No it was actually cold. After the Coffee break we walked back to the car and ...
... even our super-fancy memberships of Scottish Heritage still earned us a ten-minute queue (although probably saved us a 45 minute one.) We went up to the middle level and waited another ten minutes or so to join a short tour by a Scottish Heritage guide who impressed me no end by being able to address, clearly and distinctly, a group of about forty tourists in the open air and surrounded by hundreds of other tourists all jabbering away noisily - all without any sort of ...