Tag Archives: walking

Talks-walking, eye-blindings and wild spraintings

July is a month of flickering, in and out, up and down. Heat and searing light give way to cooler silvery days filled with midges and mists, the latter gently spreading diamonds on leaves and flowers, in and out, up … Continue reading

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Pathering, poddling and clearing the mind

Each morning I take a short walk across the croft, along a rough track and down the cliff, following a narrow trail by the shore and along to a nearby sandy beach. Dog dashes back and forth gathering bits of … Continue reading

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