p&g is off to the orienteering to take a good look and see if it is possible to see the wood from the trees. Usually this involves wandering (and indeed wondering) around the forest getting unlost - thank you Murray Strain.
Orienteering is a good sport for poets as it is a combination of brain, body and place - you need to learn to map the landscape or city you are running in and take the best line; it helps you make decisions and discard the unnecessary. Oh and there are those lovely pauses for breath when I get to a control.
Inverness and environs in Scotland are being taken over by the Scottish 6 days and World Orienteering Championships. And there is some live coverage on BBC Alba.
You can find more here http://www.scottish6days.com/2015, here http://www.woc2015.org/home and here http://www.woc2015.org/info/watch-at-home?utm_content=buffer84bea&utm_medium=social&utm_source=twitter.com&utm_campaign=buffer