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The next chapter

We’ve been busy settling in to our new home and establishing a work routine, but have managed to fit in a couple of walks and pub lunches! 34 more words

Life

thoughts while walking

Sometimes I think that there are times we only ask for prayer because we are afraid, and expect, that people won’t do anything else for us.

Daily Thoughts

Tree Tunnels

During our walk through Cwm Nash woodland, I spotted what looked like the entrance to a tunnel. It clearly wasn’t, but the growth pattern and arrangement of the trees growing at the side of the footpath appeared shortly before an actual tree tunnel that would take us out of the woods and towards the sea.

Photography

27th July Aberfoyle Circular

Walking along the river to Hamish’s Pool, then through woodland and along tracks to return to Aberfoyle via the Rob Roy Way

Walks

keep it pretty

I have been thinking a lot about hospitality lately.  It was something that was pretty important in the Bible.  And a concept whose meaning has become distorted and lost in today’s culture.   397 more words

Echoes

Montrose southwards to Ferryden, Scurdieness and beyond.

Sunday 27th July

Grade B/C: 10/6 mls. 6/4.5 hrs. Meet/Time: LACP at 09:00 Map Ref: 54/NO:726579

Description: From Montrose Harbour to Ferryden then following Southesk River to Scurdieness Lighthouse. 91 more words

Walks

Hidden Sydney 4

While we were in Sydney last week, we also went for a walk along the Manly-Freshwater World Surfing Reserve. It runs northwards along the coast, starting at the Steyne beside Manly Beach. 19 more words

Australia