Week 4 – “Don’t count the days make the days count.”

I hope all are well and coping with the “Lock down”. I am lucky having a beach and a forest on my doorstep. I manage my Exercise daily out on my bike or walking. It’s never busy and we are blessed with a great path that follows the Moray Way along the coast. Every day I count my blessings living here in Morayshire and think of those not so fortunate.

Primrose Bay.

It’s great to see the daily changes in nature. The flowers coming out just now it’s the Primroses that give colour on the cliffs. The Cormorants diving for fish is incredible to watch and it’s special to see. We have time to watch nature now and it’s special. We are blessed with the weather just now it’s a cold wind at times but to get some sun at last is wonderful.

It’s great to speak to friends and family on the phone or by media but hard as the Grandchildren are so far away. We have so many to thank from all over the country who are looking after us.

It’s giving me time to think and get in touch with old pals. Even those we may have lost touch or even fallen out with?

I am listening to much more podcasts, only listen to news once a day and reading a bit more than usual.

So take care, stay safe 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 when body slows, loves the wild places.
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2 Responses to Week 4 – “Don’t count the days make the days count.”

  1. John Mulgrew says:

    Thanks for the thoughts Heavy, my son-in-law and myself would still like to do the Carn Mor Dearg and Ben Nevis at some stage if you are still up for it when the situation settles. Christine and I are out with Darcie, our Irish Setter, at 6.15 every morning for an hour and a half ( Christine is terrified by the whole situation ) and I run round the back garden every day for about 15 minutes to keep fit. Hope you are well and the Moray Coast path would be spectacular, just before the lock down , I did a Level one Course at Buckpool, not too far away from you. Keep yourself safe and hope to see you sometime

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