The Forth and Clyde Canal ("the Nollie"), Whitelee Windfarm, Eaglesham and David Livingstone Centre, Blantyre.
over Scotland last night. If you were up and about early today in Glasgow you will know that although it was beautifully sunny, it was also cold and frosty. This made it a gorgeous morning for an early run and I ended up getting carried away and going on much further than I'd planned as I was so enjoying running through the mist rising up from the Forth and Clyde Canal (or "the Nollie" as it is called locally).
|Locks on the Forth and Clyde Canal at Maryhill|
|Ailsa Craig visible on the horizon at Whitelee Windfarm|
|My daughter chasing a flock of sheep at Whitelee Windfarm|
|David Livingstone Centre|
|Dr Livingstone's arm, I presume|
|Ray Harryhaussen's statue of David Livingston and the lion attack|
|3pm, Saturday. Firhill. Pie, Bovril |
and some brown sauce
There was still time to head back up to Glasgow to see the mighty Partick Thistle stay top of the First Division with their sixth consecutive league win, this time a narrow 2-1 win over Cowdenbeath. Strange, but true! Jackie McNamara continues to do it.