I've added another link with photos from this past Saturday. We went with my parents to St. Nicholas Kirk in the city center for the public viewing of the excavations I mentioned a little while ago in my blog "Them Dry Bones". What a site! I have never seen real skeletons live (or I guess I should say dead) and in person. And not just in person, we got to witness the archaeologists actually unearthing the bodies with their little shovels and picks and brushes. Once all the bones are removed, they will be sent to Glasgow for analysis and then reburied back at St. Nicholas. It's interesting to note that in the pictures you can see lots of "spots" of light that only showed up in the pictures taken in the church. I'm sure that ghost hunters would call them the orbs of the dead who still linger there or some such nonesense, but I'm pretty sure it's just dust. Archaeology is certainly a dusty business.