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... me half an hour to cut it away. Every time I hacked a bit more of it away I thought, stay calm, be patient.
Finally, we were free and off we set again. By now we were looking for somewhere to moor and found a really nice spot. As we were tying up I was inwardly praising myself for my patience at clearing the prop, then the rope got tangled around my foot and an expletive passed my lips.
Ah well, little steps.
So it only feels right to kick off my Roosevelt blog (or Rooseyblog) now that I have officially received my scholarship! My partner Piers and I attended the Nottinghamshire Roosevelt Travelling Scholarship annual dinner at West bridgford County Hall on Friday 5th June. Scholars past and soon to be were gathered to hear the fantastic achievements ...
It struck me that no matter what you are doing or what you are trying to achieve, big or small, it's important sometimes to just stop and seek out the inner calm that's in us all; because that too needs to be developed and appreciated.
Thursday 4th Barrow - on - Soar
Today, I actually left off my extra winter layers. The weather is really sunny and warm. I think summer has arrived.
The journey further along ...
... we have here is a Robin Hood that is part of an oral tradition. At one point, however, that oral tradition, some 150 years after Robin Hood is supposed to have been active in Sherwood Forest, in Nottngham and with the Sheriff of Nottingham, was written down.
Basically the story of Robin Hood was written first in 1377 in William Langland's "Piers Plowman." As the story persisted through the ...
... morning broke, it became clear that neither one of us was in any condition to get a move on. We'd both had a rough night of fever and chills and upset stomachs, and by 8:30 AM, Aidan was at least a bit ready to take some breakfast but I was completely unable to do much of anything except shower, dress, and pack...very very slowly, so as not to upset my stomach or aggravate my aching joints and muscles. Aidan did buy me some disgusting electrolyte ...