Monday, 28 September 2015

A Wild Summer

In the last days of September, I'm reflecting on a wild, wild summer.   Since I got back from Malawi at the end of July, my feet have not stopped moving.  I've crammed my life with work and play and not had time to look at this blog, let alone update it... So here I am now, and as the year changes gear and I've finally got time to draw breath. I'm looking forward to a bit of chill out time and a chance to refuel and recouperate, with the prospect of an exciting winter ahead.

Fancy bike socks matching the sky for once.
On the summit of Goatfell, working for Adventure Expeditions.

A girls beach trip, and perfect waves at Machrihanish.
Rainbows and coastal walks.
Watching basking sharks.
Sleeping amongst the granny pines in Glen Lui.
A Bronze expedition in Glen Trool.
A kayak mission to Carradale in perfect conditions
Co leading a walk on the Three Beinns for Arran Mountain Rescue's open day.

A spot of CPD on Ben Nevis with Alan Halewood.
Travelling to Cheshire with my old school bike to ride my first Sportive.

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