Reblogged from Graeme Cumming:
Perhaps unusually, I’m going to open up by saying that I know both authors of this book – but in this case, that knowledge will provide context to my review.
I first ‘met’ Sue online through her blog, and later in person at a gathering of bloggers in London. It was there I also met Stuart. There is something about both of them that borders on otherworldliness – but I mean it in a good way. You get a sense of non-conformity, without being able to pin it down exactly, and certainly without anything other than a feeling that you (and your psyche) are safe with them.
I’ve met them on several subsequent occasions with my partner, and each time there has been the anticipation of an adventure, followed by the knowledge that I’ve been educated. That education has been as a result of opening up to nature – off the beaten track, exploring caves, woods and stone circles – and symbolism, as we stopped off at churches. All rounded off with pub lunches. There are few better ways to enjoy a day.
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