Colin Fletcher

Ideas that burst on you at three o’clock in the morning, looking as if they will change your life, have a despicable habit of losing their luster in daylight.  But very occasionally – once or twice in a lifetime – they fulfill their promise, right to the end.”

Colin Fletcher, “The Thousand-Mile Summer”, page 9, Howell-North Books, 1964

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