Not with any thought that either Boris or Mark will be back in touch (if they do respond I’ll post the response here) but more out of irony and so, with hubris, I’ll be able to, at some stage in the future, quite truthfully state ‘I told you so’.
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I went out for a jog in the heat of the day today. I need to keep fitness levels up in preparation for some mountaineering, one day, someday… And I came across some council workers at Blackweir Bridge which had me sending this to Cardiff City Council who it would appear, under the emergency powers legislation, rules, guidelines, whatever, failed in their duty of care to their workforce…
Take time out during lockdown to have a think about the narrative that the government have been spinning and to listen to the mass of intelligent thinkers, historians, scientists and doctors who clearly align themselves AGAINST the UK Governments and the Global Lockdown position.
Let’s deal with todays news point by disappointing point… but first let’s highlight something that is reported on the BBC News pages that might blow your mind and is something that I’ve been shouting about since day 1… The Welsh Government has been advised that the virus survives “only for minutes outside but for hours on indoor surfaces”.
Londoners will be gurning from ear to ear with the news that Dom is back from his most recent ‘Up North’ tour and that they can once again look forward to some small venue intimacy with the master spinner.
Of course I could be wrong and it could be that these restrictions rumble on due to a spike or the continued mismanagement of the crisis by the AM’s and MP’s. If that’s the case then we’ll bump July too. But, all is currently looking good for July and what a month we have planned in – do check it out 🙂
Entry is simple. We want you to write a short (or long) piece about a day long walk (with us or solo or with others, we don’t mind) in Wales (or elsewhere) that details your journey and mentions one (or more) highlight. A few (or many) snaps to accompany the piece too please. Obviously your piece will need to be submitted by close of play on the 30th May.
To be brutally honest, the weather was looking just a little bit worse than awful. The heavens had opened yet again the day before, causing more flooding and I was in two minds as to whether to join the 8 Waterfalls Walk organised by Andrew Lamb of Wales Outdoors.