Tuesday was a bit of an adventure. Glasgow to Alloa via Pollok, Edinburgh, St Andrews and Dunfermline.
The tip to St Andrews was in my role at Asst production thingy for Origin. We have a concert in St Andrews at the end of April, and were up for a reccie of the Church venue, to look at what tech equipment we would need and how we would lay out the stage. The church really is very beautiful, and old-looking. Below are a few nice pictures....Last weekend I had been up to see a friend near Crieff - they live out in the country and have this fantastic view of nice fields and hills out the front door.
They also have a dog who likes posing......
Coming home from Crieff meant a detour as the trains were not running through Stirling due to railway works and the installation of this huge new bridge which will link a new retail park to the town centre.
On Tuesday night I was staying at my sisters new house so I could wait in on Wednesday while she was at work, for the people coming to fit the curtains. Due to her house being on a ridgem, it has great views north to the Ochil hils (which were covered in mist when I was there) and south over the Firth of Forth towards Falkirk. Longannet Power Station can be seen in the foreground.