Glasgow

Glasgow is an amazing city. I has buildings and places that have been around longer than Canada has even been a country. Kathy and I were on our own to explore because the rest of the family was headed to Troon, to watch some PGA golf. After a lazy morning we headed back to a …

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WPC: Glaciers

Follow my blog with Bloglovin Markers are used to show the edge of this glacier in Alberta, Canada. In only a few short years this glacier has lost much of it's mass. Fate or Climate Change... There's really only one right answer. via Photo Challenge: Evanescent

Dublin – Guinness Brewery

On December 31st, 1759 Arthur Guinness signed a 9,000 year lease at £45 per year for the unused St. James's Gate Brewery. Ten years later, on 19 May 1769, Guinness first exported his ale: he shipped six-and-a-half barrels to Great Britain. You can walk around the brewery and see the steps the beer goes through …

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