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Long Walks

Now I feel bad for thinking that Mr. Arlin’s book didn’t have enough of my favorite topics: sex and money. It was an enjoyable escapist travelogue and it got me thinking about long walks again so it is a valuable read. 97 more words

Writing

Col du Turini... here come the pain

‘C’est les vacances terribles!’ came the cry from my host at the campsite in Saint Martin Vesubie. She was referring to my bike trip of course and after today’s s climb of the Col du Turini, I too was beginning to wonder about the sanity of this venture. 152 more words

Walking

Saturday Distractions

Okay, I confess: lists demonstrate my inner — lazy! — blogger emerging simply to get something posted today! Listing links I’ve saved, opened, or shared elsewhere sometimes seems to be the only blogging I can focus my scattered thoughts on. 97 more words

Walking

Behaviour Problems - Stuck in a rut.

So as the title suggests when training out behaviour problems you can get stuck in a rut with one thing or other. To be honest Leesi has done brilliantly with a lot of things but when she is stuck in a rut with one thing it’s easy to forget how far she’s come. 860 more words

Animals

My Manic, Sporadic Dance Under The Midnight Moonlight By The Lakeside

All day I had been craving an opportunity to stretch my legs, however, all day I was glued to the empty comfort of my bed and the TV, occupying my mind and keeping me sane as much as modern media can. 610 more words

A Summer Of Nothing

A few cool sights anticipate San Diego Comic-Con!

Later today I’m heading to the OB Street Fair. But, first, this morning I walked through downtown San Diego and caught a few cool sights that anticipate 2017 Comic-Con, which is only a month away! 217 more words

What’s On In Dornoch: July 2017

Plan for your July visit with our list of activities and events taking place throughout the month in and around Dornoch.

What’s On 1st-15th July… 47 more words
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