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So, what is a fair and reasonable attitude to have to the destruction of the environment which is occurring. Again, it was two months ago we were at the Eden Project, a multimillion pound creation and as the guidebook simply put it:
"Biodiversity – Life in all its richness and variety. Nature is important, we're part of it and it keeps us alive. Human impact is causing many species to disappear, and with them the patterns of life and the ...
... the time to see more clearly and appreciate where we are and the life around us.
The path proves an easy one to follow, for which we are thankful, and by noon we reach St. Mary's Ashby, yet another isolated small church. Although its closed, it does leave an impact in my mind because of its pretty thatch and suave sleek tower. I am reminded of Hamish Miller's description in the Sun and the Serpent of the extensive presence of small churches in ...
... say I don’t believe in God or the immortality of the soul!’
‘Oh,’ said the elderly priest with a benevolent smile, ‘those are such secondary matters!’"
Our walking for the day has ended here. David has brought his boat to inject a little variety into the late stages of our journey. As we have entered the Norfolk Broads, famous for its plethora of small water ways which act as byways for ...
... B..................... and blogging with the caffeine stimulation provided at the Costa coffee outlet.
By 10pm when we arrive back in our room we have the quiet satisfaction of knowing that our pilgrimage record is bang up to date. The only slight worry that I carry into my dreams is that after thirty hours of being balanced upon our hot towel rail and giving off a heady smell that is indescribable in its nauseous aroma, our shoes are still not ...
... Ilketshall, requires a road walk down Moles Lane, followed by a footpath into the busy A144, an old Roman road. While we walk we once again think back to the difference in how we feel now, from this time four years ago. It was around this time that we were contemplating the end of our much longer walk to Lands End. Debby recognises that this walk has been more physically challenging and certainly not helped by the warmer weather we’ve experienced. ...