Doors Open Days have been taking place in Glasgow since 1990. They are a fabulous way to see buildings, or parts of buildings, you might not normally get into and… Read more Doors Open Glasgow, 17 September 2011 →
I had never heard of Perthshire Open Studios until this year when we received an invitation from one of the participants, but it has been going for 4 years. It’s… Read more Perthshire Open Studios, 3-11 September 2011 →
Last weekend, my sister and her two daughters were staying with my Mum and Dad so we needed a day out that was suitable for everyone from 12 to 80+.… Read more The bonnie, bonnie banks – a day out to Loch Lomond →
For the last few years, our holiday pattern has been the same. Just after Christmas, we look at the BA website to see which North American city near a National… Read more Memories of Phoenix →
Glasgow has purpose built museums and galleries such as Kelvingrove and the new Riverside (still to be visited when the schools go back and it quietens down) but today we… Read more A Mackintosh school and an old tramshed: two Glasgow galleries →
Two exhibitions, and a Glasgow icon – that Wellington statue!
On our last day in Georgia, we visit a gold mining museum.
We ascend to the highest point in Georgia.
A little bit of Bavaria in Georgia.
Climbing Blood Mountain – but we miss the views.
Our cabin on Blood Mountain is almost literally a tree-house.
A couple of hikes from Bryson City.