We arrived safely in Glasgow having brought the Lord Nelson up the Clyde and having sailed between the isles of Aran and Bute. The scenery here is certainly breath taking and we have enjoyed long sunny days here too.
Our great murder mystery has now been solved as Megan owned up to being the perpetrator of six murders and was hence declared the winner. Having said that, there were a few others who also ‘survived’ namely; Ben, James and Cookie Dave. Well done to you all! Mind you Megan would have had to be killed in her bunk with a cuppa in order not to get as far as she did, poor thing! Everyone became suspicious of the other and kept looking over their shoulders. Rachel the medical purser was thwarted in finding some paint remover as the rest of the crew were convinced it was part of the game and wouldn’t let her get near it!! The evening was spent relaxing in each other’s company and WL Phil auctioned some coasters he had made from the teak deck head of LN raising £215 towards the 800 Challenge. Well done Phil and thank you for your efforts!
Of course, it wasn’t long after the voyage crew for LN 744 departed that the first of the Girl Guide watch leaders arrived for the training weekend on board. It’s been good to see so many new and old faces and we’re quietly optimistic of a season full of fun and adventure when the first of our ten girl guides voyages starts tomorrow – Glasgow to Oban. One hundred days of girl guides at sea, up and around the UK coast with a number of activities planned in between.
Watch this space and we’ll keep you posted!