I went in the trusty two-wheeler and dismounted firstly at Joseph Braddell & Son, North Street, where I bought a good pair of hunting socks.
The intention is to wear them with the wellington boots, because they are very long and ought to stay up! I wear wellies quite often when I'm volunteering with The National Trust. Good value at a tenner.
My next stop was the First Presbyterian Church, Rosemary Street, one of the most elegant ecclesiastical edifices in Belfast. It was built in 1783.
There is a memorial to John Holmes Houston, of Orangefield, County Down.