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Welcome to Doodlecat, where we enjoy the pleasures of life (with a slight bias towards the outdoors). This page is regularly updated with news and views plus information about any additions or changes to the various parts of the site. It acts as Doodlecat’s Blog too, so the odd rant considered opinion may pop up from time to time.

I would love to be able to say that Doodlecat is all my own work, but it isn’t. Much of the outdoors content is courtesy of the splendid people who participate in the annual TGO Challenge (there is a section entirely devoted to this unique event) and many others.

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Tuesday, September 4, 2007

This week on Doodlecat

Coming up later this week we have Jean Turner's 2007 Challenge account - with pictures. Jean chose a route from the most southerly start point (Ardrishaig) to Rattray Head, way up north. Walking, sailing (yes, sailing!) and ending with a sprint finish.

Plus, the first invitations will be going out to guest contributors for the site - yes, that's what this 'bloggy' bit of the site is for. It's to allow a range of people, most of whom do not have a presence on the net, to post here as and when they want - and, of course, using good ol' Blogger, they will be able to post from anywhere in the world! So look forward to some alternative opinions, news and chat later on in the month.

Oh, and just in case you forgot...TGO...out Thursday...with the Challenge application form!



Anonymous Anonymous said...


September 4, 2007 at 10:28 PM  
Blogger Phil said...

Jean's 2007 Challenge diary is now published on the TGO Challenge page. An unusual route, a good read...and it's given me some food for thought if I get on next year. Thanks Jean!

September 8, 2007 at 10:17 PM  

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