Munros since diagnosis #143 to #147
11:15 – Beinn a’ Chleibh (M279), 3005ft, 916m
12:30 – Ben Lui (M028), 3707ft, 1130m
14:45 – Ben Oss (M101), 3376ft, 1029m
16:30 – Beinn Dubhcraig (M175), 3209ft, 978m
Among the unreported atrocities of these times is the cleansing of Tibet by China of every vestige of its ancient culture.
Zo. Daar zit je te zonnen, in de sneeuw, lekker warm onder je dons, fleece en windstopper, boven op de 135ste berg die je beklommen heb, vijf jaren nadat je verteld werd dat je zou maar drie jaren nog te leven hebben, ook al je de medicatie nam, en slechts maar één zonder. Wat een wonder is dit!
Sometimes things happen in the world that make a difference to all of us, irrespective of our political leanings or affiliations, and which therefore expose more substantial political forces and powers at large. I have always wanted to keep politics in the first sense out of this blog, but I have no problem engaging directly with the latter. Continue reading “It’s probably shite being Catalonian right now too”
14:00 – Meall a Bhùiridh (M045), 3635ft, 1108m
15:00 – Creise (M050), 3609ft, 1100m
16:00 – Meall a Bhùiridh (again)
I should have known from recent visits to Glen Coe that 12:30 in the afternoon of the busiest Sunday in August would not be the best time to find somewhere to park before climbing Buachaille Etive Beag. Continue reading “Munro with cancer #122 and #123 – a tale of midges and tourists”
It has come to my attention that not everybody knows that the title of this blog is taken from the first novel written by one of Scotland’s greatest living writers and intellectuals. Continue reading “It’s (not) shite being Scottish”
I had always intended to be away in the hills somewhere for the week or so before my next oncology appointment, which was planned for 27th June. Continue reading “Chemical castration”
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