Monthly Archives: October 2015

Books for a long train trip

Visiting the Dunes around Bunken, required a 6 hour train trip each way. I like train trips but they can become a little tedious so I always pack a book or 2.  For this trip I took 2 books, which … Continue reading

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Wandering around the Dunes

Two years ago I took a walk from Skagen in Northern Jutland to Tornby  and since then I have had a desire to return and revisit the heath covered dunes, as well as experiencing the openness and a sense of … Continue reading

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Tentative first steps and a Blood Moon

It had a been a while since I had done an overnighter and with my on going recovery from a knee injury I was now feeling ready to take those first tentative steps. After 3 months of chasing doctors I … Continue reading

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The High Plains of Victoria, a literary perspective

During my period of convalescence I have had the opportunity to do a lot of reading. One of the authors I have enjoyed is Harry Stephenson, who wrote and published 2 books in the early 1980’s about the Victorian High … Continue reading

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