By David Wilson Barker
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Means made the method. With no more than a score spent on the tent I’d call home, I borrowed or was gifted the rest. And then there was the bike. ” I asked Bob at his second-hand shop off the Walworth Road. £70 seemed too good, churlish to haggle. “Oh no”, he chuckled, earnestly. I’d learn the truth of this. With ten gears and a rusty chain, the Raleigh Pioneer felt like it’d never gone beyond the Elephant & Castle. We had that in common. Its dramatics come later, alongside the eccentrics, sad and hopeful stories, heady encounters, lost histories and bizarre adventures.
I’m bedraggled and weary, and struggling with the weight of two large sacks and a sleeping bag. A tough-looking geezer with a skinhead sharp enough to spark a match holds the door open for me, sympathetically. The barmaid ahead beckons me, her bright peroxide bob bringing colour to the otherwise dark brickwork of the pub. ” Give me a second… Stowing my worldly belongings beneath a barstool, I request the therapeutic intervention of a pint. A pool table stands alone, forlorn, and a fruitie rattles and sings like a bored child.
Just as rising tides are beyond the control of humankind, so too is the restraint of our own natural behaviour. The industry and activity needed to feed and occupy an ever-growing population will continue to deplete and damage our environments. If nature means untouched by humankind, then it’s hard to know where one might find it. Outside the towns, the terrain is drained and farmed, cut through with underground pipes, and webbed in roads and wires, from telephones to electricity pylons. Hard to find is not proof of non-existence, however.
A manual of elementary seamanship by David Wilson Barker