Archive for December, 2012

A great year for swimming

Posted by: wildswimmers on December 31, 2012

Training so far

Posted by: wildswimmers on December 28, 2012

Midwinter solstice swim and bonfire

Posted by: wildswimmers on December 21, 2012

Customer comments

Posted by: wildswimmers on December 19, 2012

First week of training

Posted by: wildswimmers on December 15, 2012

Force 7 in the Sound of Jura – training swim

Posted by: wildswimmers on December 7, 2012

Hot Tub Heaven

Posted by: wildswimmers on December 3, 2012

Scotland's Nature

Visit our website @ www.nature.scot

WaterDrawn

Art & Design by Nancy Farmer, all of a watery nature

goneoffswimming

ann an lochan, aibhnichean is a mhuir. found in lochs, rivers and the sea.

Out of my brains

My brain tumour, the NHS and me

Confessions of a Readaholic

Book Reviews | IAuhor nterviews | EST 2013

WildSwimDiaries

''So swimming is a rite of passage, a crossing of boundaries: the line of the shore, the bank of the river, the edge of the pond, the surface itself.'' R. Deakin

Yaara Lahav

This site is about my new Anglo-Israeli, yet-to-be-published novel, Night Swimming in the Jordan. It's also about both night and day swimming in the seas and rivers of Devon, England, where I have lived for 25 years.

Hello Hygge

Finding hygge everywhere

Mrs Baker's Bowels

and other ramblings from a rural District Nurse

swimminghappyinmyskin

the fresh and salty diary of a westcountry wild swimmer

Art by Nancy Farmer

paintings & drawings; fairies, monsters, swimmers & cats; real & imaginary; people and beasties...

littleyellowdoor

The scatterbrained construction of a happy wee house...

At home in the Hebrides

Carving out a life in a wild corner.

Wild Highlander Swims

A swimming adventure log

Wild Swimming Books by Sophie Pierce and Matt Newbury

Wild Swimming Walks: Dartmoor and South Devon, and Beyond the Beach: the secret wild swims of Torbay

Shoreditch Bakes

Cakes, Baking, Triathlon and Cycling

Katharine gets wet

Swimming in London and beyond

wildswimmers

on Scotland's West Coast