Premier Inn Glasgow - Milngavie
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'Where is it then?' We were fully confused, having got up at 6.30am to beat the traffic and arrive in Milngavie in time to hand our bags over. It is not that we needed to take lots of stuff, but as we were leaving our car there and the car boot is tiny we did not want to leave anything on display and what we were taking was way too heavy to carry 100 miles! Yes Milngavie was the start of the ...
... also now a housing estate! The Mains Estate woods are still there, but I believe they are trying to build houses there too. This mustn't happen. Where are the kids going to get their centre pole for the bonfire? Mind you they can't have a bonfire because the dump is now houses anyway! Before I get too melancholy I will ask Andy to finish the blog! OK I guess that's my cue to take over :-) It was fantastic to see Milngavie ...
104. West Highland Way Race.
95 miles 3993.9 total miles.
4267 m ascent.
3.6 MPH 16.41 minute miles
101/157. 18th lady
I walked the West Highland Way many years ago with friends and it's through running friends that I'd heard about the race. I like the idea of running a hundred miler every year so it seemed a perfect choice. Andy has also walked it so we didn't plan to recce it as we know it's well marked but our friend Audrey suggested it was ...
... later today. Breakfast, followed by bag labelling ready for collection by Travel-Lite (not a patch on Tommy and Liam Carriage - TLC), a final check that we'd remembered everything and we were strolling up to start. Quick photo at the monument, glance at the bench dedicated to Magnus Magnusson (Bizarre?) and with Eric's borrowed quip from a few weeks ago when he dropped Louise's Paul at the start, "I've started so I'll finish" ringing in our ears, we were ...
... later date. What I have found is the William Robb shop, pre 1900. Again it has been modified, in this case by building a second storey, but I can see no sign that an addition has been made. According to the local history book William had a bakery and confectionary shop in what is now the Brownlie Building. He rented the premises and when Mrs Brownlie bought it he had to move to what became the Robb and Co shop further up on the other side of the street. ...