Just a quick post about another hike I went on! Whenever it’s a nice weekend, we’ve been trying to go for hikes outside of the city. First was the giant hill hike in Luss in October. We’ve done a river walk to the town of Milngavie a couple times now (and finally haven’t gotten lost!)
We had a stretch of nice weather in early May, so the crew headed out for another hike. This time it was an easy hill walk that started and ended at the town of Croy, northeast of Glasgow. This was our nerdy archaeology walk because it followed along the Antonine wall, highlighting several Roman fort ruins. It was an extremely pleasant walk, only about 6 miles with few hills. The views of the surrounding areas were beautiful and we couldn’t have asked for better weather. And, as always, there was dessert to be had at the end of the walk!