Monthly Archives: October 2012

31/10/12 Know your Enemy

‘So it is said that if you know your enemies and know yourself, you can win a hundred battles without a single loss. ‘If you only know yourself, but not your opponent, you may win or may lose. ‘If you … Continue reading

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07/10/12 MO7S

I met Graeme from the super sensational soaraway Sun at the Ferry Port in Largs. Given the long term reportage I felt came from the paper and other red tops about people with a mental health malady I felt a … Continue reading

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20/10/12 The end of the road.

It was never going to be a fair race – I was walking about 13 miles – Ella was driving, er, more. The goal was Scotland’s most Southerly point – the Mull of Galloway. I had gently rolling hills. Ella … Continue reading

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17 – 19/10/12 Every cloud has a sliver lining

It was raining – it was pouring – with some concentration I could hear the old man sn… It belted down all night and walking was looking unlikely in the promised deluge. Imagine my joy then when I was cordially … Continue reading

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16/10/12 All things bright and beautiful

Now that the weather has taken a bit of a turn for the cold and wet I’ve found that little beasties have a tendency to move into the tent. Take the little white crab-like spider for instance. He’d been with … Continue reading

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10-12/10/12 None taken

In a recent study (one that I’m only a little frustrated I can’t find again) it was found that 2 in 3 people feel acutely uncomfortable at the idea of talking about mental health. Let’s go back in time – … Continue reading

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8/10/12 You don’t always get what you want

. I woke up to the magnificent view of Arran – that and a steady procession of happy dog walkers. A fine way to start the day. I linked up with the number 73 Sustrans cycle path and I was … Continue reading

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