I was rushed to two health and safety incidents this afternoon. In the course of the interventions, which saw the return to relative calm and order, I killed two wasps (which are, along midges and ticks exempt from “live and let live”). Continue reading horror show
Driving back from work turned into a sluggish odyssey tonight, because half way home all traffic from the A9 got diverted through single track back roads. At least I had just run my final interval session for a while, had water, food and the radio. Continue reading 84 hours
It’s been a while, admittedly, so before this suffers further neglect, a few words on things. And of things there’s been no lack of whatsoever! Continue reading back on
I’m not going to better my time in the Harris Half Marathon this year; I found that out three days before the race, when I tripped and badly strained an ankle, unable to walk painfree, let alone run. First things first, though.
Scrolling down my timeline, a black and white photo of John Lydon came up, “Oh no” I thought, not another loss in (now) pop culture. Turned out, it was only about an interview with a local promotion site, his band Public Image Limited will play the Ironworks in Inverness on June 11th. Continue reading double up
It is April and I live in Scotland but, admittedly, when I heard the word “Blizzard” on the radio this morning, I nearly choked on my porridge. Continue reading climate strange
“look, what’s that?”
“NESSIE, we found Nessie!!”
#tattiefieldsforever Continue reading treasure unearthed
In 1912 the Republic of China was proclaimed, 95 years before the first iPhone was put together there. It was also the year great aunt Grete was born.
When I saw blue lights flashing on the shiny white BMW through the rear view mirror, my reaction was “must be an emergency, better pull over”, but instead they pulled in behind me.
This one is both spontaneous and long overdue. Continue reading red tarp