I was sorting through some photie files to stick onto the external hard drive to try and raise the computer’s speed up to a snails pace, when I came across that one below (and subsequently edited it to death in an attempt to make it look like a Victorian archaeological discovery).
It occurs to me that the bike track is less aggressive towards the ground that the boot prints are. Obviously heavy breaking, fast turns and the like are much harder on the ground, but it took me back to the Munro Show episode (?) where Muriel Gray had the two mountain bikers on. She had them making utter fools of themselves on the steep ground above the road in Glen Coe, failing miserably to even turn a wheel on the loose surfaced, steep gradient. Talk about being set up to take a fall?
Anyway, that whole chain of thought brought to mind that Munro Show was actually pretty good, it demystified the hills and made them seem approachable (with caution), there was joy and there was fun in it. We need that stuff on the telly again.
Also, I have the DVD, we’ll have a meet round at your house and we can all watch it and enjoy the outdoor fashions of the day.