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Picture of Doodle - a 
black cat

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.

To help in tracking down that elusive morsel on Doodlecat, the search facility under the title bar above is tailored to help you find it, either on this home page (Doodlecat's Blog) all the rest of the site (Main Site) or – if all else fails - the internet!

So have a rummage around the old cat basket and enjoy your time with us!

Tuesday, September 29, 2015

TGO Challenge 2016

Well, much to my surprise I see that there is a link to Doodlecat on the TGOC "Resources" page (ta, Ali & Sue!). As always new visitors are very welcome, and if it's just the Challenge stuff that you came for, just click on the link in the menu on the left (or here). To ensure a good and entertaining reading I've edited the list of Challenge diaries to reflect the most popular, and deleted a few that are well represented elsewhere. More will be added soon, so do call back!

After a few months of dormancy due to life changes and all sorts of boring stuff, Doodlecat is awakening once more. Miss W & I have foresaken the the soft bucolic landscapes of rural Suffolk and ventured north. Not too far north, though, but enough for easy access to the Peak District and Yorkshire. There is a downside to this easy access to the hillier and more climatically challenged parts of the country. I fear Miss W's training regime for next year's Challenge will become even more rigorous. If you are out and about in the Derbyshire wind and sleet,and hear a female voice call out "You'll thank me for this in May", spare a thought for the poor old sod it is addressed to.

That'll be me.



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