I’m posting on Monday this week for a very good reason. I had a visitor all weekend. My dear friend Karin came to visit. She spent the first leg of her trip in
St. Giles’ Cathedral is the High Kirk (Church) of
Salisbury Crags sits in the backyard of the Queen’s
The view from atop Salisbury Crags.
The ruins of Holyrood Abbey adjacent to the Palace.
Me at the statue of Greyfriars Bobby, the most faithful dog that ever lived (see last week’s blog for details).
The Glasgow Necropolis is located behind the cathedral and is an old and spectacular graveyard on a hill overlooking parts of the city.
I snapped a photo of Karin as we took a stroll through the necropolis.
On our way from the east side to the west side we stopped in City Centre to watch one of my favorite street performance groups ‘Clanadonia’. It doesn’t get much more Scottish than this!
The Botanic Gardens were blossoming this past weekend.
The Botanic Gardens’ greenhouses were every bit as lovely as the outdoor grounds.
Karin is on her way back to
This week at school we continue to rehearse King Lear and Julius Caesar and we have term papers due on Friday! Arggh! I better get busy since this past weekend was all about frolicking and fun and I didn’t get a thing done on my assignments! Off to work!