Welcome back!Just follow the light.
Hello Calum. If I did so I would walk into the Atlantic. What I did instead, on my return to wandering, was waited in Oban Bay Hotel and the light came back round to see me in the morning.
Welcome back.Stunning photo - and analogy.
So happy you're back. Still don't know where you went but glad the light found you. It used to happen to us at the end of the Arctic winter. We didn't see the light for 6 months. At the end, in the darkness, we would all walk on the frozen fiord towards it. And, suddenly, the light would see us and would flood the mountains and the village.
Ah, a single track road to the light.
I remember you telling me about that event Claude. It must have been quite something.It is easier when there is only one way back Sean. It's when there are choices that life can become difficult.
Ha ha, I like your reply, Andrew. I always enjoyed oncoming traffic, when one of the two drivers knew that he had just passed a lay-by and went into reverse.One way tracks seem to help drivers to be(come) a tiny bit more considerate/polite.
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