Walking Writing Talking, May-June 2022

3 pairs of Friday morning walks by Glasgow’s River Kelvin
with Sukhema (aka Larry Butler)


What I take with me, what I leave behind, are of less importance than what I discover along the way.
from In Praise of Walking by Thomas A. Clark

Glasgow Botanic Gardens
A pair of strolls on 6 & 13 May, starting at the Kibble Palace.

Ha’penny Bridge
A pair of strolls on 20 May & 17 June, starting at the Ha’penny Bridge in the north-east corner of the gardens.

Dawsholm Park
A pair of strolls on 3 & 10 June, starting at the bridge over the Kelvin at the eastern edge of the park.

For each walk, we’ll be stopping to write, read and talk along the way about what we feel, see, hear, smell, even taste. Please bring writing material & your imagination. (And dress for the weather!)

All walks start at 10.30 and last about two hours. They are free, but please book via Eventbrite using these links.

Glasgow Botanic Gardens

Ha’penny Bridge

Dawsholm Park

We live as we move, a step at a time, and there is something in gentle walking that reminds me of how I must live if I am to save this life that I have been given.
from Walking in the World by Julia Cameron

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