Come with me over the Lake District fells on the Abraham’s Tea Round.
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More than a race: Devil’s Burdens 2020
Mud, tents, colourful vests, a field and a hubbub of noise. You’d be forgiven for thinking it was a music festival.
The giant’s playground
In the Cairngorms, “one does not look upward to spectacular peaks but downward from peaks to spectacular chasms”
Feet above the clouds – Creag Mhor and Beinn Sheasgarnich
We could not look down, like gods, on some dominion below. Instead, we looked out, for miles upon miles at the other ranges of hills – some still red dots on Munro maps, waiting to be explored.
Rounding off 2018 on a pie
2018 has been my year of baptism, of stumbling to my feet; 2019 shall be the year of discovery, of searching with every part of me and having some amazing running adventures in Scotland.