Walk, walk, trespass, fish, scramble, climb, camp fire, rain, keep fire going, more rain, deer, walk, crawl, home. DONE.
I think we just hiked half way across the country. No laptops, no phones. Still managed to hear someone doing an ice bucket challenge in their back garden on the way home.
Wildlife count - 2 red deer and a 2 foot long unidentified fish.
"I think a person who takes a job in order to live––that is to say, for the money––has turned himself into a slave. WORK begins when you don’t like what you’re doing. There’s a wise saying: make your hobby your source of income. Then there’s no such thing as work, and there’s no such thing as getting tired. That’s been my experience. I did just what I wanted to do. It takes a little courage at first, because who the hell wants you to do just what you want to do; they’ve all got a lot of plans for you. But you can make it happen. I think it’s very important for a young person to have the courage to do what seems to him significant in his life, and not just take a job in order to make money. But this takes a bit of prudence and very careful planning, and may delay financial achievement and comfortable living. But the ultimate result will be very much to his pleasure."