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Stu Westfield
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Mountain Leader, REC4 Wilderness 1st Aid, NNAS Instructor, DofE Accredited Gold Assessor, UK & Overseas exped leader, Stills Photography & DV Camera.
Mountain Leader, REC4 Wilderness 1st Aid, NNAS Instructor, DofE Accredited Gold Assessor, UK & Overseas exped leader, Stills Photography & DV Camera.

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#038 Search for Local Hero
There's a place where the Northern Lights transform the sky Modern mermaids spring from the sea The land breathes with an ancient mystery And all who witness its wonders Come to believe in its magic Such goes the low echoing tone voice-over of the trailer f...
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#037 Paleolithic Lamp and the dawn of creativity
Reaching Back In Time For some time I have been fascinated by the cultural revolution that occurred 6000 years ago, when millenia of hunter gathering was overtaken by new stone age farmers. The Neolithic spawned new ways of thinking and living together. It ...
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#036 Legends Assemble
The Belgian Ardennes, a region of rolling hills, rough terrain, ridges and steep sided valleys cut by swift flowing rivers. Much of the area is covered by seemingly impenetrable forest. For those with an eye on their history books or the landmark television...
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#035 Cheetah Story
"I never knew of a morning in Africa when I woke up and was not happy"                                                                                              - Earnest Hemmingway My earliest recollection of a wildlife documentary was a cheetah, filmed...
#035 Cheetah Story
#035 Cheetah Story
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#034 Rousay - The Egypt Of The North
Within sight of mainland Orkney and just a twenty minute ferry away, lies the small island of Rousay. With area of just under nineteen square miles, it has such an incredible density of important archaeological sites it has become known at ' the Egypt of th...
#034 Rousay - The Egypt Of The North
#034 Rousay - The Egypt Of The North
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#033 Experimental Bushcraft: The Paleolithic Horse
Exhibited at Creswell Crags visitor centre is a small
fragment of rib bone (species unknown) on to which the image of a horse has
been engraved. The artist had certainly studied his subject with anatomical
awareness. This object is a remarkable and rare sur...
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#032 Spine Flare - A Different Perspective
In the six years I have worked on the Spine Race, there has been a generous helping of inspirational stories and racers going one step beyond on their personal trail of adventure. There was a certain inevitability that I would one day line up on the other s...
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#031 Kinder Surprises - The Shooters Refectory
There have been many times on Kinder Scout when I have experienced a wonderful sense of walking in the footsteps of our ancestors and all the history that has come to pass in the Peak District hills. I had found the remnants of a bothy like structure on the...
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#030 The Stuff They Don't Tell You About Cancer
OFF TOPIC This blog marks a temporary, but significant departure from our usual topics. It regards a subject which I have become unhappily familiar. Cancer. The carer's perspectives I share are mine and while I fully appreciate that other peoples experience...
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#030 Cancer - The Stuff They Don't Tell You
OFF TOPIC This blog marks a temporary, but significant departure from our usual topics. It regards a subject which I have become unhappily familiar. Cancer. The carer's perspectives I share are mine and while I fully appreciate that other peoples experience...
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