Look back at the journey the Queen's Baton has made as preparations start in earnest for the opening ceremony of the Commonwealth Games in Glasgow.
Hands up with the harriers
Iain Burke has emailed this picture of Erica Christie, one of yesterday's baton bearers in Pollok Park.
Erica is pictured with some members of Bellahouston Harriers, and is the running club's first female president in its 122 year history.
It's not the first time she's done this sort of thing either. Erica was a baton bearer for the 1970 Edinburgh Commonwealth Games.
Team Fiji finally with the baton
Members of Team Fiji got to hold the Queen's baton during its tour of the Commonwealth Games Athletes' Village in Glasgow earlier.
Fiji is the only nation or territory represented at Glasgow 2014 the relay did not officially visit because the country was suspended from the Commonwealth when the baton was in the south Pacific in November and December 2013.
That suspension was lifted in March.
What's it all about?
If you're still wondering what all this Commonwealth Games malarkey is, and are a bit pushed for time, then BBC Shorts have produced a 15 second-long video explainer.
Boxers on bikes with baton
Team Scotland have tweeted this picture of their boxing squad with the Queen's Baton preparing for the Games.
They say: "Boxing: No time to let your foot off the gas when aiming for the podium! #GoScotland"
We think Reece McFadden is following Theodore Roosevelt's advice to "speak softly and carry a big stick".
We've had a lot of messages over the past 40 days praising the police escort officers who ran alongside the baton bearers.
This tweet from Susan Hogg echoes most people's sentiments.
"@Batonrelay2014 I would like to give all the police relay runners a big thumbs up for all their hard work and dedication over the few weeks"
Abby Tombs was a baton bearer in Govanhill yesterday. Her father David has emailed this picture.
He extended his thanks to the relay organisers and said: "We are very proud of Abby Louise. Even though she suffers from lupus she had an excellent day".
Perth to Inverclyde video
Watch highlights from the Queen's Baton Relay as it travelled from Perth to Inverclyde.
If you've been following our coverage of the baton in Scotland for the last 40 days, you should have no problem getting full marks in our .
Pollok United Girls have tweeted this great picture of Andrew Elliot, one of yesterday's baton bearers.
They say: "Pollok Utd chairman Andy Elliott gets ready to run his leg in Cardonald #bbcbatonrelay"
Watch this Usain
Jamaican sprinter Usain Bolt is training twice a day in the build-up to the Commonwealth Games.