I started writing this, sitting in the Winter Garden at the People’s Palace on Glasgow Green with Scamp, having a late breakfast on a sunny intervals day. We’d agreed this morning that that we’d go for a walk along the Green on this, the first day of British Summertime. There were a few hardy rowers on the Clyde, but they were few and far between. I’m guessing that some were absolute beginners just deciding whether or not this was a sport for them. If there was a day to test it out, a cold, windy one with a strong current would be a good one to dissuade the unsure. Although there were many sunny intervals, there was also a cold wind and on the way home from the Green we drove through hail showers. Having said that, the sunny intervals made up for the wetter, windier times.
When we got home, I went out for a walk in St Mo’s hoping for some more shots to bolster the ones from Glasgow Green and the People’s Palace. I got not one photo, in fact the camera hardly came out of the bag, so all of today’s shots came from the earlier photo-fest in Glasgow. The daffodils were from our front garden and I have no idea who the sleeping beauty is (bottom right).
It was good to have some longer periods of sunshine today after the clocks went forward, even if we did lose an hour of sleep last night.
Hoping for more sunny intervals and even some short April showers (in March) tomorrow.