Tag Archives: Fife Coastal Path

December

The southern (Firth of Forth) coast of Fife has many caves in the cliffs, as evidenced by placenames such as Pittenweem and Weymss. Written like this, they are a bit easier for non-Gaelic speakers to pronounce than you would guess … Continue reading

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Birthday musings

Today I am two thirds of the way to a century, rounded up – in other words, in my prime once again. I certainly need a feeling of primality! Something that happened a week or so ago brought home to … Continue reading

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A month in St Andrews

We spent the month of April in St Andrews, not as visitors but as members of the School of Mathematics and Statistics. First impressions very positive. I was involved in a lot of the department’s activity (though obviously not teaching). … Continue reading

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