Bee-yond the Beeline Walk

Meg has recently walked from Edinburgh to her home in Lanarkshire highlighting the lack of floral diversity in our countryside. This post (posted by paulscribbles) explains how Meg  encountered a desert in terms of wildflowers (the only floral highlight was a disused railway line).

Let's Make a Bee Line

So…the walk has happened…we raised a pile of cash ( currently at £2300 and rising…)…so what now? We intend to keep blogging about the Bee in all it’s wonder.

We have ideas about what we can do with the Beeline walk as a concept. Watch this space.

We are of course planning a Human Bee In in April 2016. More on that in future blogs.

I have misplaced Meg’s last two sets of blog notes…I’ll recover them at some point but for now I want to write about Meg.

She is the reason we did this walk. The inspiration. I have know Meg a number of years and she never ceases to amaze me. She is quite a woman. I saw her determination come to the fore in this project. Her concern for the welfare of all Beeings 😉 She has compassion to spare and she is very very concerned…

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About edwardtyler

I live in Kintyre, the long peninsula acting as a natural breakwater for the Firth of Clyde, west of Glasgow. A Permaculture and Transition practitioner, I am working with fellow community activists to co-create a resilient and vibrant local bioregion.

One comment

  1. Thanks for the share Ed…just a note for clarity…Meg is not the Blogger…I am 😉

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