I think history can be found when you get outside, feel the biting wind that the MacDonald clan members would have faced in February 1692, stand on the walls that defined the Roman Empire, see the grandeur of the early cathedrals that defined the existence of so many generations.
I also just like getting out. Spending time in nature: enjoying the sights, sounds, and smells, challenging myself to run a bit further, pedal a bit faster. If I encounter some history on the way, fantastic, but that’s not always the main aim. Those stories go here!
- Wheeeeee crack bounce urrrrghgrrrrrgrrrrrgrrrrrrgrrrrrrgrrrrrrgrrrrrrgrrrrrrr “Oh dear” was not the phrase that went through my head as my bicycle made that set of noises on Thursday night, as I was whizzing a long a narrow country road with lots of twisty turns, still 5 miles and 1700m of ascent away from …Read More »
- As much as I love curling up with a good book, getting outside and being able to put myself in the footsteps of history is one of the great things about living in the UK- it’s all so close. Getting outside, away from computers and other people, is also something …Read More »