Author: George Tod

Last updated:
6th November 2013
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Diaries of
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Welcome to my Web Site

Since 1991 I have completed a number of long distance walks in Britain, some of them well known National Trails (The Pennine Way, The Cleveland Way, The Pembrokeshire Coast Path, Offa's Dyke Path and The Southern Upland Way), Wainwright's Coast to Coast Walk, and others less well known (The Westmorland Heritage Walk, The Lakeland Round, The Cambrian Way and The Cotswold Round, which includes The Cotswold Way National Trail). I have also completed a 14-day walk of my own making, through the Yorkshire Dales and the Lake District.

They have all given me a great deal of pleasure and fulfilment, despite all the sweat, toil and pain on the way. On each of them I wrote a diary and took numerous colour slides and later digital photographs, mainly to keep alive my own memories of the walks, but also to share with anyone else who may be interested. Unfortunately, restrictions on web space have limited the number and size of photographs that I can include, so they do not do full justice to some of the magnificent scenery, but they do at least give a small taste of it.

George Tod

For something completely different:

I have always had a fascination for mathematical curves and, over the years, have developed a program to draw Lissajous Figures with a lot of extra bells and whistles. It doesn't need an understanding of maths to use - just use the examples provided or change a few numbers to see the effect. You can see examples at Multi Lissajous, where you can get a Free Download.