Day 2 began with a drive throughout the city of Glasgow. The population is 2.5 million, with Glasgow being the 4th largest city in Europe.
|Tenements or apartments were built for the working class.|
In the early days, there was only one room per family.
The tour group stopped at a sheep farm on the way to the Trossachs.
|In the photo are the 8 steps to processing wool.|
|The shearing process is described in the photo.|
Shearing is required for the welfare of the sheep.
|Travelers enjoyed walking around the sheep farm and photographing the sheep.|
Miniature spotted horses were also a part of the sheep farm.
|The informational sign explains the horses in more detail.|
|A miniature horse is shown above.|
The travelers left the sheep farm and entered the forested region known as the Trossachs. The Trossachs is a small woodland glen in the Stirling council area of Scotland. The tour stopped in Aberfoyle, a village on the banks of the Forth River. From there, the tour followed the route along the Lake of Monteith and through Callander to Stirling.
|Outside Stirling Castle, tourists are walking the grounds.|
|High on the mountain where Stirling Castle sits is a beautiful cemetery.|
|Stirling Castle was a favorite residence of Scotland's kings and queens.|
Some travelers enjoyed local cuisine for dinner at the Mussels Inn.