In this penultimate blog in the series, I’ve picked something to represent my journey back to health relayed in a series of posts over the last six years. 2013 was the big year and my first blog post in which I came out on having diabetes explains some of the feelings I had at the time. […]
Its been over fifty years since I did my first mountain navigation training in the Lledr Valley. There were about twelve of us ranging from slightly awkward pre-teens (that includes me) and a few boisterous teenagers. It was my second solo holiday; the first had started from Llangollen on the day England won the World […]
We are being rather inundated by memories of England winning the 1966 World Cup with the 50th anniversary falling yesterday. On that day I was embarking on a train to Llangollen at the age of 12 to take by first holiday sans family. A YHA walk between hostels through mid Wales to Harlech. We walked […]
I went for a walk today, catching the five o’clock early eventing train from Bedwyn to Kintbury and then walking back along the Kennet and Avon Canal to my starting point. I timed it for the evening sun to make the photography more interesting. It was the first walk I had taken since the fall […]
I’ve had a good week at Bangor University working on the initial programme for CfAC, interviewing for staff and generally enjoying being in a University environment. Being able to pop into a lecture of Neuroscience and psychotherapy on Thursday, generally interesting conversations and a sense that we might really make a different in health and […]
Since regaining fitness I’ve kept a pretty rigid discipline of exercise, either with the bike when I am at home or long distance or mountain walking at home or overseas. I really wish I had got my act together earlier as with a little bit of planning you can easily get to see some spectacular […]
O hushed October morning mild, Thy leaves have ripened to the fall; Tomorrow's wind, if it be wild, Should waste them all October by Robert Frost 1913 Tomorrow we start the Small Countries, Big Ideas project in Bangor with delegates from three continents and a real buzz about changing things. I'll post more on that […]
As Dave mentioned in his blog post about Small Countries, there will be a guided hike across the Glyders on the 26th October, starting 10:30 at Ogwen Cottage. (Paid parking there or free parking along the road to the east) The initial walk is open to all, and requires no more than trainers / sneakers and […]
Up to North Wales today for a series of meetings on SenseMaker® development and the start of an exciting new project on governance of which more in a few weeks time. Now my view at the moment is that if I have a meeting in Bangor I am going to find times for the […]
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