Adventuring Within a Tight Circumference.
|Brian Kitson||Jun 7 2020, 8:03pm||With no races to report on and on the eve of our world about to get a whole lot bigger, here's a piece that I wrote about adventuring and adventurers within a tight circumference.|
Apologies for the link, i didn't know where else to post.
|Brendan Lawlor||Jun 8 2020, 8:28am||Thats a great read Brian|
|Jeff Swords||Jun 8 2020, 1:01pm||Nice read Brian. John O’Donohue's thoughts about never looking at a place the same way again has always rang true with me. |
You can miss lots by not bring the interest you bring with you outside of familiar surroundings back home with you.
|Grace Egan||Jun 8 2020, 2:16pm||Enjoyed that Brian, it’s so true we have all been forced to explore and find new routes within our radius.|
|Samuel Fox||Jun 9 2020, 11:48am||Thanks for that Brian, three nice short pieces of writing. I have also explored the roads of Moate during this lockdown and now think I know them all, the beautiful small backroads around many farms here! If only I had some trails!|
|Miriam Maher||Jun 9 2020, 12:22pm||Nice read Brian thanks for that. |
I've valued the memories of my past ultras over the last couple months, knowing that I had got to have those experiences was something all by itself. I've re-visited my first local running routes endlessly since late March and even found some new ones. Will be happy to venture further in approx. 20 days all the same :)
|Seán O'Neill Clare||Jun 14 2020, 1:22pm||Hello Brian!!|
Enjoyed reading your article!
The town John O'Donohue is writing about is Murnau - about 30 km south of Munich with views of Alps to south.
A really interesting programme can be heard on Radio Kerry every Saturday morning from 9 to 11 am.
All things Kerry (only!) are discussed.
Every week they feature a (Kerry!) person describe their Local 2 km.
Worth listening to!