Premier Inn Glasgow - Milngavie
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... late, so I had a chance to get that. I got on that and thought that I could relax and just enjoy the rest of journey. That was a mistake past Berwick and on the way to Edinburgh the train developed a fault so I had to get of and get another train. This all meant I got home a bit later than I meant to but it was good to get home and relax.
Greece was great now time to relax before I head to Italy.
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 ...
Didn't get a very good night's sleep. Partly due to pre-adventure excitement, partly due to the large ribeye steak meat-sweats but mostly due to three seagulls, outside the hotel, doing their best Billy Connolly-style, ****** Glaswegian impression, switching between telling each other that they "Feckin love ya!" to shouting that they are "Gonna feckin kill ya!" as they shared, then fought over a discarded kebab. Can't wait to get to the peace and tranquility ...
We're on a secret mission. We sneakily crossed the Border on Sunday afternoon, under cover of... clear blue skies and bright sunshine (well it is Scotland!) and we are currently hold up in the Premier Inn, Milngavie on the eve of a four day West Highland Way adventure. Day ...
... the process from start to finish, the first sample was an 18 year old dram at £50 a bottle, Mmmmm very nice then at the end of the tour we ended up with a 21 year old dram at £100 a bottle, this was hector of the gods. I ended up with a bottle of 12 year old, to be opened for special occasions such as Saturdays or Sundays. We left the distillery at 13.15hrs and its still pouring with rain and not a bit of shelter anywhere, carried on walking for the next 5 ...
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