On Friday we ventured to New Lanark, which was a self sufficient city long ago containing cotton mills, general store, school. The photo of the waterfall shown is of Clyde Falls, which is United Kindom's largest. It was quite a hike to get to, but was well worth the exercise. I estimate that it was about at least a mile since it took me about twenty minutes of power walking uphill. I was out of breath and sweaty profusely by the time I arrived, but the view was worth it. Since this May has been abnormally dry for Scotland, there was not as much water flowing as there is typically. I was impressed that New Lanark is still self sufficient today regarding energy; they utilize hydro power for electricity as well as solar panels.