A canal, a graveyard, and lots more street art.
Glasgow in the snow, and revisiting clocks.
A dark and dreary month has a few chinks of light.
A month of increasing restrictions with the odd glimmer of light.
A cold, wet canal walk.
Snow, a wedding, a book festival, and did I mention the snow?
Wintry weather – and a near “cat-astrophe”.
The weather and domestic appliances dictate my plans for October.
The Forth and Clyde Canal runs very close to our house and we love it for a Sunday afternoon stroll. We have three choices – east, west or the spur that runs… Read more Glasgow canal walks →
Say “Roman Wall” and most people will think of Hadrian – but did you know there was also an Antonine Wall? Built in the AD 140s for Emperor Antonius Pius,… Read more The Antonine Wall →
Another lovely weekend in Central Scotland meant I could cross off two more items on my summer “must visit” list. The Kelpies are the latest large-scale public art installations by sculptor… Read more A weekend with kelpies and old books →
The Forth and Clyde Canal, which runs sea-to-sea between the two rivers, has passed through Glasgow since the eighteenth century, though it ceased to be navigable in 1963. However, the multi-million Millennium… Read more A Glasgow canal walk →