We rang a quarter of Remus this week, which was satisfying. We've been working on it since the beginning of the year, although far from every week - along the way we've rung a few other quarters of surprise major and royal as well as practising Cambridge Maximus.
We've decided to continue exploring new royal methods by moving on to Sgurr a' Chaorachain, starting with a practice session on Monday. We will be in practice mode, meaning that anyone can say stand at any point so that we can restart or work on a tricky section.
Most of what I know about Sgurr a' Chaorachain is in my video on YouTube and I've written about ringing it online. If any further insights emerge from ringing it with our Glasgow band, I will report here.