I promise a proper post is on it's way soon! Until then, however, here are some pictures of FP's visit to Scotland last week. Because it was too good a time not to share with you all...See, I'm the caring and sharing type! Amn't I nice?
And to prove this point, here he is at Glengoyne Distillery. Ah whisky...the water of life. Glengoyne is the best. I'm certainly not a fan of whisky but even I accepted the free samples and enjoyed them. Strangely enough, the more samples we had the better they tasted.
At the Falkirk Wheel. I look an eejit don't I? Ah go on, your just being polite. I do look like an eejit. Why do I still believe that leggings are a good look? Where have I been?!
This photo shows the Wheel from a crap view but it still looks pretty cool. Click on the picture for a bigger version and check out those horses! Neigh!
FP, who has a degree in engineering, found the Falkirk Wheel really mad interesting. He and my dad spent over an hour just watching it do it's thing. I wanted to have a wee ride in the boat but ohhh no, the men just wanted to 'observe'. And I was afraid those two wouldn't get on with each other...
Us at George Square in Glasgow. (Bad nose day ~ please no pointing and laughing) That man is delicious. Mmm...
Oh, I seem to have drooled down my t-shirt.
And finally, one for the boys. After having found out that FP is a rather huge fanatic of nice cars (you'd think I'd have found this out long ago, but I only realised last week), I took my beloved to the Transport Museum in the West End of Glasgow, where we spent a good few hours peering at old cars and trains and such. Actually that's a lie. He spent a good few hours peering at old cars and trains and such while I gave the evil eye to revolting wee eejit kids who were running around in buses from the last century. (Or perhaps a little more recent than that. But old all the same. Very old. And smelly. Or maybe that was just the kids.)