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... mens and women, womens long jump, mens discus, men and womens 400m hurdles , men and womens 200m. So lots of excitement and medal ceremonies. The atmosphere was amazing - so much happening, so many happy people gathered in the one place.
Now to explain today's title - Haud yer wheesht means keep quiet. So whenever the runners were under starters orders, the commentator would say Shhhhh and Haud yer wheesht would appear on the big screen - ...
Well the reviews of Bethene McMillan's breakfasts at St. Catherine's B&B weren't wrong! GG had a full English breakfast and didn't eat again until about 5pm! I had the "Vegetarian" option complete with vegetarian sausages (no kidding and they weren't bad) and didn't need to eat for a similar amount of time.
We had decided to drive to Airdrie and catch a train to Glasgow today. Airdrie is where my father's family comes from and I was hoping to see ...
... for Dunoon, located about 15 to 20 minutes away. We weren't really sure where we were going but figured it wouldn't be too difficult - if they really were the largest Highland Games around - and managed to find the main parking lot.
At this point we were low on cash and having trouble in many locations where our credit cards were not accepted because they did not have a "chip". Time to hit the ATM. We asked the ...
... had to pay to attend with whatever the contents of that purse were. There was also a time capsule that couldn't be open until 2028. Everything in this small exhibit seemed to have come from one man's personal belongings from the late 1800. Interesting, but we were very confused as to what was going on. Hanging heads and airplanes, busts of famous people and toddlers, and a coin purse for dinner parties and a time capsule...
We went into the next exhibit, which was for ...
... left her camera on the bus. I took it to dinner with us and took some photos for her. When we arrived back at the hotel I knocked on her door and gave her, her camera back, not telling her I took some photos for her, luckily she saw the funny side. I had a bacon steak for tea, which was in fact a pork chop, scottish humour I suppose. we visited Loch Lomond where Rob ...