After a busy couple of weeks I have had no official #Team14 duties to carry out this week. Aside from receiving press releases and arranging a #Team14 lawn bowls game for next week it has been fairly quiet.
This has been a good thing though as I have managed to catch up with some of my usual travel blogs and revamp some of my site. I have updated my About Me page and added a Dog Friendly page as I realised that many of the places I visit welcome dogs and it's nice to be able to share this info all in one place.
Having a quiet #Team14 week also meant I got to head off on an adventure to the mainland and visit Caol Sculpture Park which is a wonderful hidden gem in Colintraive, just opposite the north end of Bute, watch out for my blog post on it this week!
I got round to posting two new blogs this week which have proved really popular, one on My Recommendations for Spending a Day on the Isle of Bute and My Scottish Bucket List so have a read if you missed them.
I've also added a button to subscribe to my new monthly newsletter which will have a roundup of all my blogs as I appreciate it can be easy to miss posts and updates as I'm adding so many new things at the moment. If you would like to receive a newsletter just add your e-mail here.
One thing I am excited about this week is the prospect of covering The Commonwealth Flotilla. James Stuart, the CEO for RYA Scotland has sent lots of information on the various activities which will be taking place in July and I am going to have a think today as to the best ways I can blog about it as he really wants lots of people to get involved.
If you aren't aware of it The Flotilla it is the largest one in the Clyde's history and takes place on 26th July. It will involve 250 boats sailing from Greenock to Glasgow and will be a real spectacle on the Clyde!
There are various smaller events on the lead up to the day as boats make their way to Greenock with a chance to track some of them online. This is going to be a really amazing event so I will be producing a blog post with ways to get involved very shortly.
Next week we have a provisional #Team14 lawn bowls game arranged. I've never played before so that should be fun! I also have the Athletics Grand Prix at Hampden which I am really looking forward to and I will also be pounding the streets of Glasgow this week for my next blog post as I would really like to give visitors some original ideas on thing to do. So busy times again, look out for my usual roundup at the end of the week and I'll let you know how it's all going!
Have a great week :-)
At the beginning of June I was chosen as one of the official bloggers for the XX Commonwealth Games that will be held in Glasgow from 23rd July to 3rd August 2014.