Once more from London to Glasgow, where the streets are paved not so much with gold as with discarded chip wrappers and cans of Tennent’s Super. It’s also – and I mean this quite seriously and literally – ruddy freezing up here. I’d forgotten just how cold it gets.
Anyway, a swift weekend here sorting out the post, then down to London again on Monday, when we seem to be doing two performances with audiences of schoolkids. Which is, frankly, terrifying.
2 thoughts on “Back in Glasgow”
Nortfield, MN, Friday Nov 11th, temperature approximately 18C.
Northfield, MN, Monday Nov 14th, temperature (with wind chill) -18C. Oh, and about an 2cm of snow.
Glasgow will never seem cold to me again…
On Friday night it was down to – 7 in Bradford. When I drove up to Glasgow on Sunday morning the temperature fluctated from – 5 to 1. Once I spent Christmas in a cottage on the west coast of Mull – I think it was ’95 or ’96 – which had no mains electricity or gas, and on Christmas day Glasgow Airport recorded the lowest temperature in the world! Something like – 20 (does that sound right?) So, anyway, when it’s cold it’s cold, and you wear a muffler. what else do you need to know?