Difficult Times Ahead

Well what can I say it going to be a hard time ahead and I am thinking of family and friends. With the lockdown comes a huge change in life for us all. I have had so many calls from family and friends and I thank you all.

Let’s keep an eye on each other and look after those we can help.

I will continue with the Blog as best I can maybe I will try to get on with the book.

Please stay away from folk heed the advice given and think of those a lot worse than many of us. Think of those risking their lives in many so Agencies for us.Many folk are struggling to come to terms with life just now. Who knows what the future will bring?

I am sure we will get through it. The Blog will continue.

I am so glad where I live there are so many folk looking out for each other. Possessions and “stuff” mean nothing compared with Health and kind folk. Look after each other and stay in touch.

About heavywhalley.MBE

Mountain Rescue Specialist. Environmentalist. Spent 37 years with RAF Mountain Rescue and 3 years with a civilian Team . Still an active Mountaineer and loves the wild places.
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2 Responses to Difficult Times Ahead

  1. Jackie Wilson says:

    Thank you Heavy. Always enjoy your blogs, and hope you can continue, perhaps sparking memories of our beloved hills and what we can look forward to in the future. On the other hand, if you concentrate on the book we will have the pleasure of reading that in the future. You have so much to say and such insight into the great outdoors, and a book will be there for a long time and for future generations to share.

    Glad that I chose to live in Wester Ross – I knew there was a strong community in the Gairloch/Loch Ewe areas, and the covid-19 pandemic is showing just how supportive it is.

    All the best



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