In search of Brian and the remaining colour of autumn in Fridaywoods 

Stella and I stepped out this morning expecting to be dodging high winds and stepping around fallen Boughs and wind swept debris but the reality was much tamer.  Yes there were a lot of leaves, however it’s autumn apart from the fact there were a lot if green leaves to.  The so called operation to …

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My name is Richard and I am a boredom eater 

I have been off this week and quite apart from the obvious 2 or 3 walks with Stella I have noticed I have eaten less than I would have done if I were at work and im hoping for a good loss when I step on the scales tomorrow.  Why have I eaten less? I …

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Let’s test yourself 

Having bought some of the most comfortable trainers I have ever warn, from Adidas, they have a soft collar rather than a tongue.  I decided to test myself this morning, my first run for ages, only a total of about a mile, but it felt good although im surprised to have retained a reasinable pace …

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In the Aftermath of Ophelia 

There’s a lot on my Facebook feed about Ophelia the storm, the weather men were uncertain which way it was going to go, but my feed says that the local area, on the East of the UK saw some strong winds last night.  When I walked Stella yesterday, there was an orange hue to the …

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Oh, Grow up 

To use a vehicle I’ve used myself before growing up is about not being the small perch that takes the bait before it’s hit the bottom, its about being the whiley òld 40lb+ carp that is rarely caught. 

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The dawning of A Sunday morning A horse chestnuts leaves dying off magnificently

jack frosts alarm is going, he’ll soon be having breakfast and be out to play

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Not so early on a Saturday morning, walk with Stella 

Autumn is beginning to take hold the leaves are changing colour quickly now although the temperature seems steady.  I suspect a sudden drop will kill off the remaining leaves over a  couple of nights, then i am no expert  Is it just me or is Autumn (fall) the more colourful season, a rich mix of …

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Friday night wander 

It turns out Stella is actually going to be eleven in November, she’s 2 years older than we thought.  It’s a dull grey, windy, Friday evening and Stella and I are doing the Garrison walk.  It’s strangely quiet, but then I suppose people are getting ready to go out.  The first camera looms, we can …

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Motivational thoughts 

I have been thinking about motivatìn a lot lately;  How do I keep things going when I’m demoralised  How do I keep myself motivated in general and other equally big questions  Well I like to mix things up, as many of my readers know I walk a lot, mainly with My dog,  Stella and I …

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After a long day in London 

After a long day in London, it’s nice to come home to a dog waiting for her walk and to get out in  the air and slow down and chill, even though it’s dark and im writing In the light of street lamps.  A drawn out unload at Alexandra palace for an exhibition, then out …

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