Rambling on with Euan

September 23, 2007

On the eve of the last winter solstice Euan and I went for a walk above my house, up onto the Pewsey Downs. We returned through the West Woods; not to mention an unplanned diversion into Pewsey Vale due to my casual attitude to navigation. When we got back we settled down by the wood burning stove in my house and talked about social computing and other general issues. The conversations were recorded and we are making them available for those interested in our verbal ramblings. I know I promised these a long time ago, but by the time I had reviewed them and Euan had loaded them (we are equally guilty here) some time had lapsed! If anyone who wants the route of the physical ramble let me know and I will send or post it. With variants it is one of the best downland/woodland walks in the UK and starts at stops at the pub opposite my house.

You can find them on Euan’s blog here.

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