Another afternoon out running the moor, this time around Ryders Hill and the Avon. Most of the route was an absolute bog after the recent torrent of rain. I returned back at Combestone Tor two hours after setting out. I have to say I felt totally drained, and yet I can spend three hours running up and down a Scottish mountain and feel less deprived of energy - why? I can only suppose that boggyground (continuous) must have a cumulative and continual drag on energy levels in a similar way to ABS braking I suppose. Never mind all good training and plenty of sweat. I knew that rain was going to be good for something!
Well, whats it all about?
Walking, Fly Fishing, Camping, Running, Dartmoor?
For me it is none of these; it is about a relationship with a landscape... Some of these activities just happen to make that relationship all the more a part of me.