I did manage to take a few photographs with my new camera which was good and I'm going to get the pictures on the site soon.
Yesterday I had a meeting North East of Glasgow which meant leaving the house at 0545 and a long drive North.
The weather conditions were good and once I had crossed the border the sun was rising and the landscape on either side of the road started to appear. It was very scenic as the motorway wound through the countryside, particularly in the hills where there was snow on the higher ground.
The temperature hovered between 2 and 3 Deg.C for most of the journey and I was about 20 miles from my destination when I ran into fog. It stayed foggy most of the day but it was starting to fade away as I got back in my car to head home just after dark. Heavy rain in the North West slowed my return journey considerably but I did get back at a reasonable time.
In total I drove 416 miles.
I am back in Liverpool tomorrow afternoon, it would be good to see a VLCC at Tranmere again but they are rare visitors and as far as I can tell none are planned to visit in the forseable future. I saw quite a few when I was in the Far East but closer to home they are not as common.