Friday, 21 February 2014

Walk 21/02/14

 

Today I went for a walk in the Ochil Hills

It was a bit windy and then it came on rain

I enjoyed it.

It was about 6 miles long and 800 ft high.

Thank you

 

Welcome to the first of our Value Range of blog posts – designed for those of you whose modern hectic lifestyle doesn’t allow sufficient time to work out what the words mean, peer at the anti-photographs, and boogie on down to the music clips on a normal blog.

10 comments:

  1. Did you do it clockwise or anti-clockwise, or was it linear, or some other shape? I'm not really interested, I just thought I'd make a comment to show general support.

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    1. Wow ! We've never had an actual General on the blog before.
      But seriously (no really), while the number of readers can be depressing, I am fortified and encouraged by the quality and loyalty thereof.
      Hmm. perhaps i could introduce a loyalty card scheme where readers could earn points or air-miles. Or path-miles - sorry imagination going off on one now.

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  2. Great stuff. (Thought i better keep my comment short).

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  3. Where's the music-clip? I didn't believe you could, let alone would!

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    1. In these times of austerity, even the Devil's Music has to suffer.
      Good to see you back ommenting and blogging - what do you do with all these review copy blues cds when you're finsished with them :-)

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  4. Grateful for the brief resume: Currently on holiday in the "grim up north". Internet's patchy. And I have a hangover every morning.
    :-)

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    1. I thought you would have found the ultimate hangover cure by now - stay pissed ?

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  5. Thank you as well. As I'm getting older, as opposed to maturing, I am putting more store into that old saying "manners maketh man". So thank you again. And Omar Khayyám didn't need music video clips.

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    1. Some might say "Music maketh Man"
      But yes - manners is an "oldie" thing. One of my pet hates of the moment is someone making a purchase in a shop while talking into their portable telephone. It's not smart - it's not multitasking, it's just downright rude and displays a total contempt for the person serving them. Ah. Glad Ii got that off my chest. Thanks for getting me started,Alen.

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