If you enter "Greenock UK" into Google Maps Street View, and zoom in on thumbtack A, you'll find yourself amid the verdant foliage of leafy Jardine Terrace.
Last weekend Morton were relegated to League One (The Seaside League), ending a seven-year stint in the second tier. Well, not quite ending because there are three games left to play, three games against the three contenders for the division title: Dundee, Falkirk and Hamilton. Three opportunities to cause someone to say in a postseason interview, "We really should have won that Morton game."
Today Dundee visit Cappielow.
Peterhead won the League Two title last week, gaining promotion to League One, and ensuring Morton two trips to the near Arctic in 2014-15.
The Premiership split schedule begins this weekend, the highlight game being a preview of the Scottish Cup final between St Johnstone and Dundee United. In the lower half five clubs separated by four points will be fighting to stay out of the new Scottish Premiership playoffs.
The second leg of the Scottish Junior Cup semi-finals goes this weekend.
I lost sight of the AFC Champions League for a little while there. The teams in the group stage have played five of six games. The only Japanese club with a winning record at the moment is Kawasaki Frontale.
Yesterday Boulogne visited Luzenac. Luzenac won by a score of one to nought. Tomorrow Grulla Morioka host Parciero Nagano.