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... of Scotland. Views were breathtaking with very narrow roads. At some stages buses needed to crawl past each other as the roads were tight. This was the road to Glasgow. Didn't help when we stopped next to a sign saying "Free recovery await rescue" with a picture of a tow truck. Weather was getting worse as we travelled further in. LJ told us this was not bad for a summers day, winter is worse, it's cold, snowing and dark by 3.30pm. We made our way to ...
... a little topological manipulation to sort out. You wold think that 3 PhDs could have got it right first time, but that wasn’t the case. In the end the structure was complete, but upside down, so all that was needed was to flip it over and attach it to the base sections. This time we were lucky, as it cleared the spot light rail with inches to spare, whew!
Slowly everything started to come together. New holes were drilled into the refurbished counter tops, and ...
The travel bug has firmly grasped me and I knew after my last trip that I would HAVE to travel again soon... The last 7 months back in Scotland have been full of new plans taking shape. I went back to my old job where I worked while I was a student, which was kind of weird because it felt like I was taking a step backwards. However it was also good because I knew most of the staff already and how to do everything so it wasn't like starting a new job! ...
... pharmaceutical drug trials, met us before we picked up Kathryn from the train station. Then we all ventured to Linlithgow Loch and Castle, where Mary Queen of Scots was born and held court. The castle was vast yet you couldn’t keep from hearing people mention how the thought it should have been bigger. Tight spiral stairs carved up the centre of the four towers at each corner of the castle. Pigeons kept watch over abandoned latrine holes covered by rudimentary iron bars. ...
... far back to the main road and down the hill to Erskinebank. I was greeted at the door by a very bright lady who had to get me to hold the door closed (me on the outside) while she wrestled with two large dogs who wanted to welcome me with overwhelming enthusiasm. (I later heard that they have had dogs win at Crufts, the premier UK dog show. I don’t think these ones were ready for that.) Isobel George took me in and managed my day for the next two to three hours. Her ...