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

Goodbye Ireland – I’m Sure We’ll Meet Again

We had breakfast at the hotel in Galway. Then we went to check out and see about using their printer to print our boarding passes. The hotel didn't have a printer, what an odd thing not to have. So we left it and hoped we could get the passes printed at the airport. We drove …

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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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