August 07, 2006

A bimble in the Clent Hills

Yesterday was the first bimble of the Outdoors Group, undertaken by Rich, Tania and myself. Before you ask, a bimble is a leisurely walk over undemanding terrain. Ours was about 4 miles with numerous stops (a drinks break, an ice–cream stop and a number of sit–downs/ photo opportunities). Not the most demanding of itineraries, but all in all a very sociable and pleasant afternoon.

I'm sure Rich and Tania (as experienced Comms people) will come up with much better captions for the photos… but as a first attempt:

Are you ready?

are you ready?

Look what I can do! (with a little help from my friends)
Look what I can do (with a little help from my friends)

The role of the Press Officer is to support colleagues…

the supportive role of the press officer

Tania's ready for speed dating at the Communications Day

Tania: "aahh look at the poor wee lamb…"
Tania: ahh poor little lamb...

No idea what they are, but aren't they pretty?
pretty flowers

Interesting tree (look carefully at the roots)
Interesting tree (look carefully at the roots)

I said to look carefully at the roots…
Alison and the tree again

We made it!

We made it with style!
made it!

Look what I can do!

So can I!


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