The Inn On Loch Lomond
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Halfway through the afternoon the regional strongman club brought out their equipment and a different set of big, beefy boys showed off their stuff in a different competition. These were some of the events you’ll see sometimes on television in international strongman competitions – dead lift, atlas stone, timed grip hold, and overhead press – tests of pure strength and endurance. Strength competitions ...
... I could print the tickets. The clerk offered to let me use her computer to print the tickets. I have never had that allowed before, but perhaps it is easier and less expensive than maintaining a separate computer for the customers to use. I took just a few minutes to pull up my email and print the confirmation email with the tickets, then I was back out of her office and out of her way. The service here ...
... of Clan chiefs past and present; peering inside, I am unsure whether the tartan-trousered, -bonneted and -kilted persons sitting there are meant to be part of the exhibit or not.
Highland dancing takes place under an awning in a separate part of the field. The audience here is more serious, composed as it is of the parents, grandparents and siblings of the competitors: young women, teenagers and small to very small girls, ...
... then into Helensburgh, where I was born. Again it was raining, so we parked at a small park on the waterfront and admired the view for a while. We carried on along the coast, along the shore of the Gair Loch, past the huge submarine base at Faslane, which employs 11000 people. A very scenic route through Glen Fruin brought us to Luss while driving along this road, it's like the lowlands are on one side, the highlands on the other! Luss is a very ...
... Scottish history. Her friend Diem has a soft spot for unicorns, and so she was taking the photos on her behalf. I love that she thinks like that. Julia has been taking every wifi opportunity to talk on Skype with her friends, or instant message them. She's missing her friends, I think.
We had a fortunate break in the weather the day after Stirling Castle, and took a trip to Loch Lomond. Scott has already posted some photos of us there. The wind had ...