Jenny Magee

Living Bold


Entries for May 2016

Bird School

Bird watching is a favourite pastime on the north Norfolk coast.

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Making Your Own Path

On the edge of the North York moors, at the top of the Falling Foss waterfall, sits Midge Hall. 

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A Different View from the Top

There are many ways to see a city, from above, below and within.

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Leaving Easy Street

Nearing the end of three months in the UK, I’m facing the mammoth, and yes, enviable, choice of where to go next.

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Building Grit Muscles

A lad of about 12 whooped as he crossed the finish line of Walk the Wight on Sunday. He’d just walked 43 kilometres with his Mum and Dad.

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Fields of Gold

Travelling north to south by train, from Aberdeen to Southampton, highlights the extraordinary diversity of the British Isles landscape.

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Haggis, Neeps, Tatties and Family

My beloved paternal grandmother, Chrissie, came to New Zealand from Scotland in 1912, to join her bush-breaking brothers up the Whanganui river.

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Turning the Corner

Five weeks ago, Goring-on-Thames was cold and grey on the last edges of winter.

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Rising to the Challenge

The Isle of Wight Action Challenge is a 24 hour, 100km event that circumnavigates the Island, on some pretty challenging terrain.
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The Anti-Climb Paint

As a kid, I learned how to fall off a horse, leap out of a tree and roll down a hill.
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