Category Notes and Quotes

Notes and Quotes – Kathleen Jamie – Findings

The series Notes and Quotes highlights interesting people, writings, places and quotes while reading books I like. This is a way to store this information in my external memory, because my human memory often fails. Most of the topics are… Continue Reading →

Notes and Quotes – Alistair Moffat – The Hidden Ways

The series Notes and Quotes highlights interesting people, writings, places and quotes while reading books I like. This is a way to store this information in my external memory, because my human memory often fails. Most of the topics are… Continue Reading →

Notes and Quotes – Robert Macfarlane – The Wild Places

The series Notes and Quotes highlights interesting people, writings, places and quotes while reading books I like. This is a way to store this information in my external memory, because my human memory often fails. Most of the topics are… Continue Reading →

Notes and Quotes – Kathleen Jamie, ed. – Antlers of Water

The series Notes and Quotes highlights interesting people, writings, places and quotes while reading books I like. This is a way to store this information in my external memory, because my human memory often fails. Most of the topics are… Continue Reading →

Notes and Quotes – Robert Marfarlane – The Old Ways

The series Notes and Quotes highlights interesting people, writings, places and quotes while reading books I like. This is a way to store this information in my external memory, because my human memory often fails. Most of the topics are… Continue Reading →

Notes and Quotes – Anna Pavord – Landskipping

The series Notes and Quotes highlights interesting people, writings, places and quotes while reading books I like. This is a way to store this information in my external memory, because my human memory often fails. Most of the topics are… Continue Reading →

Notes and Quotes – Robert Marfarlane – Landmarks

The series Notes and Quotes highlights interesting people, writings, places and quotes while reading books I like. This is a way to store this information in my external memory, because my human memory often fails. Most of the topics are… Continue Reading →

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