Typical day

Ah, Vicky has documented part of a typical day. I’ll be getting used to these sights again from next week onwards…

Ten mile walk in the hail: achievement

Today my friend and I went on a walk from my house along the coast to Aberdour, which is about ten miles. To kind of give it perspective for those who don’t know Fife, here is a map, although we did not take that route (because, as I said, we went along the coast). One […]

NOTICE: Feeds and URLs may change

I’m posting this in every single category to make sure everybody who might need this gets it. I’ve decided that my categories are a mess, and tomorrow I’m going to attempt to clean them up a bit. I’ll be creating new categories, deleting rubbish old ones, and changing where they go. Some posts might end […]

Beauty in Glasgow

I went through to Glasgow with my parents today, which is why I’m a bit too tired to blog properly. We went to see Charles Rennie Mackintosh’s House for an Art Lover. For those who don’t know (like me before I was dragged along), it was an entry into a sort of ‘dream house’ kind […]

Summer holiday

I’ve not been blogging very much recently, and when I have it’s more often than not been about Formula 1. I even wrote a lengthy post about a Formula 1 video game just there! It’s partly because I can’t think of anything to write about, but mostly because the holiday, as I’ve been telling everybody […]

Getting a life

I just had a look at the front page of this blog and found that the eight previous posts are all asides. Oops. I’ve not been blogging so much because it’s summer, which is a time when you sort of get a life and stuff. I’ve been on three separate excursions, all somewhere along the […]


I can’t think of anything to write about. But I did go out and take a few photos, and I submitted one to the Geograph website. It turns out that there are quite a few from the surrounding area; Kirkcaldy just seems to take up more square kilometres than I thought! Meanwhile, here’s another nice […]


Geograph is a very interesting project collecting photographs representing every square kilometre in the British Isles. At the moment there are three for Kirkcaldy (although technically two of them are for Dysart and one of them is practically there anyway). I might go out and take some photographs for it now! I just need to […]