Heaving Mass of Humanity

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Rain forced me to keep to dry paths and away from grassy areas.

Just back from two days in London I appreciated and enjoyed the peace and quiet of my local area despite the rain. I commented on the 'heaving mass of humanity' in urban areas and how that 'busy' life just did not fit well with my current expectations and aspirations in life.

The incredible ability of wildlife to co-exist within small areas of St James' Park in London was, however, mentioned as was the wonder that Central London and Heathrow Airport functioned at all due to the complexity of the infrastructure systems required.

The fifth verse of 'Three Craws' was also recited whilst observing local wildlife in the Grandholm area including squirrels. Another version of the 'Three Craws' can be found at the Rampant Scotland website. I am not sure which is the definitive version. Probably not mine. But does it really matter?

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