Missing Persons in Glen Nevis – Can you help Lochaber Mountain Rescue ? Going alone on the mountains.

You urgent help is required!


The search for the missing person in Glen Nevis continues with the team now having been out 3 days in a row searching Glen Nevis and the River Nevis. The missing person is 65 yr old Tom Brown from Lanarkshire and he has not been seen since Thursday 2nd July at the Glen Nevis Youth Hostel. His Rucksack may have been seen in location it was found on the evening of the 3rd July at a point about 1 km east of Old Steall. If you were in the Glen Nevis area and saw Tom on the day could you contact Fort William Police on 101.

His picture is posted below.

Tom Brown - Missing Lochaber Tom Brown – Missing Lochaber

Unfortunately Tom is the second person to have gone missing in this general area as Eric Cyl who went missing on 30th of May.

Extensive air, land and river searches are planned over the…

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Parental rights for Father’s

Here’s a great article on how the courts are now taking action against the wilful disruption by mothers to the access of fathers to their children.



Let’s hope that this is now the normal expected course for our courts to take. Many of which should never have to go to court in the first place. 

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German WWF video expresses naturist ideal

Formerly clothes free life visit our new home clothesfreelife.com

From World Wildlife Foundation campaign. http://www.iamnature.de

Curators note.:not sure this was the intention but this video is a perfect expression of what naturism and clothes free living ideal. Being reconnected to nature realizing that we are a part of nature.

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20 truths of blogging.

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In my 8 months of blogging I’ve learned a few things. Here are 20 of them.

1. Nothing is too personal to write publicly about. There will always be someone who will be grateful you shared it. As for the rest, they don’t care as much as you think they do. That soul-baring post is probably only embarrassing to you.

2. If you have a post you’re afraid to make public, make it public anyway (see #1). It’s okay to run naked in public sometimes. You’ll feel freed.


3. You are going to have haters. It’s unavoidable. If you can’t handle people hating you or your blog, you have no business blogging.

4. If your blog starts getting popular, your haters will be more numerous and more vocal. It’s okay to have haters. Love your haters. They’re obviously obsessed enough with you to visit your blog and that increases your…

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Why do nudists seem so happy?

Clothing Optional

“Why do nudists seem so happy?” That’s the question I am sure a lot of clothed people have about nude people.

Well until I actually became a nudist myself last year, I never understood either. True, I worked as an art model before for money, but I didn’t realize why nudists seem so happy until I actually took the initiative to become one myself.

First of all, just the feeling of being naked is very liberating. When you don’t have shirts, pants or underwear wrapped up around and/or adhering to your body, it is much easier for your skin to breathe. When your skin can breathe, it gives you a “lighter” feeling, which makes you feel free. It’s a lot easier to relax, it’s a great way of relieving stress.

Second, when sex has nothing to do with it, being naked is healthier for your mind. The main people who…

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The last day and Farewell to RAF Rescue 137/138 – RAF SAR Sea Kings. Please share!


2012 MRT RAF

A Fond Farewell to the SAR Sea kings from RAF Lossiemouth .

Farewell and thanks! Farewell and thanks!

On the First of April 2015 we say farewell in the Highlands to the RAF Sea Kings from RAF Lossiemouth in Morayshire. The new contract will result in Bristow’s taking over the SAR Contract for the UK and I wish them well for the future. The new aircraft is long overdue and it will be a tremendous addition to SAR in the UK. The RAF and Royal Navy Sea Kings have been a huge part of my life as 40 years was spent involved with Mountain Rescue. The main period 37 years with the RAF Mountain Rescue Service. I also worked in the Aeronautical Rescue Co Ordination Centre at Kinloss working with the SAR Military Assets throughout UK.   Helicopters have been a huge part of my life even though flying terrified me!   I was with…

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