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    World's Largest Torch Relay
    World Harmony Run

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    100 countries
    Dreaming of Harmony

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    World Harmony Run Founder
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Scotland 26 September: South Queensferry - Glasgow

Today we started our running from South Queensferry which is a very pretty town on one side of the Fourt Road and Rail Bridge.

We ran into Echline primary school where about 280 children lined the playground cheering and welcoming us. They were all holding hands in a huge circle of friendship with the head teacher Heather Grey all the other teachers. We passed the torch around and ran with kids.

After a very friendly meeting we run across the Fourth Road bridge to come to the North Queensferry Primary School.

The views of the bridge are stunning especially on such a spectacularly sunny day in Scotland. The rail bridge was once known as one of the seven wonders of the industrial world.

As we were approaching the Queensferry Primary Schools, we saw a boy watching at the gate and shouting “They are here! They are here!”

During the meeting, one girl took our World Harmony Run flag and ran around the playground lifting it with a huge smile on her face. The head teacher Gillian MacKay had been rehearsing our theme song last week, so we all sang the song together.

Our next stop was dedicated to a little picnic lunch in a field near North Queensferry.

The afternoon was filled with lots of peaceful running heading to Glasgow. We stopped for a while at a very special and beautiful 17th century village named Culross.

We visited the Colin Homes Gallery there. As a fellow photographer, Ondrej had an interesting talk with Mr. Homes about black and white photography.

Running through the town of Bishopbriggs, our captain Ondrej stopped at The Village Barber to have a haircut. The staff were extremely nice and they decided to give him a haircut for free.

Our today’s journey ended at George Square in Glasgow where we met some nice lions.

We would like to thank Adarsha and Jim for their warm welcome in Glasgow. Adarsha invited us for an excellent dinner and both of them let us to stay at their houses. Thank you, we felt as if we were at home again.

Distance: 85km

Team Members:
Uranta Kane (Scotland), Shyamala Stott (Scotland), Elizabeth (Scotland), Karteek Clarke (Scotland), Andrea (Austria), Erika Pongracz (Hungary), Miroslav Pospisek (Czech Republic), Nataliya Lehonkova (Ukraine), Ondrej Vesely (Czech Republic), Robert Senovsky (Czech Republic), Bakul Keaney (Ireland), Mark Schrader (Germany).

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