I haven’t sung the praises of a local, independent news source in this space lately, so I’m going to use the subscription drive currently underway at The Independent in St. John’s as an excuse to talk about it. Walking the Falkland Islands, Trekking Europe's longest glacier - Switzerland's Aletsch Glacier ». Find Your Local BBB. Donnie L. Campbell. If your search returns no results, please check your spelling. At no point did I think I would give up but I had to work hard to keep going. He was planning to attend the ECMA ceremony in Charlottetown this week (in fact, he was interviewed by a Cape Breton Post reporter while shopping for a suitcase, which is the best thing I’ve read anywhere this week), but will no doubt be coming soon to a venue near you (Kiju’s, next Wednesday, for example). ), For those of you too young to remember Stompin’ Tom Connors, the Skinner’s Pond musician for whom the prize is named, I should note that he had a rather vexed relationship with awards — he famously returned his Junos in 1978 to protest the prizes being given to Canadians no longer living in the country. Donnie Lee Campbell, 79, of Mount Crawford, passed on to get his wings on Friday, Nov. 18, 2016, surrounded by his loving family. If so, drop us a line and we’ll set that up for you. Risks, he says (in the actual report, of which the video is a précis) abound: There is systemic risk to financial markets as they seek to digest vast amounts of stranded fossil assets, country risk to petrostates that fail to reinvent themselves in time, and corporate risk in sectors across the world, from drilling to diesel engines, from transport to banks. Peak demand for fossil fuels, he says, will mean “falling prices, rising competition, sector disruption and stranded assets.” (He estimates fossil fuel companies have an astonishing $25 trillion worth of assets.). I had always wanted to do a round  but I needed the motivation to do them all, especially the ones that I thought were very remote or very boggy.”. The Munros were first defined and listed by the late Sir Hugh Munro  in his Munro's Tables of 1891. So Czechs turned to an emerging technology — mobile phones — and landlines were all but forgotten. On Monday, he reached an incredible 18 Munros in the north-west Highlands, from Slioch near Kinlochewe to Ben Wyvis near Dingwall. (Source Facebook). His toughest days were some of his final days of the round. The print version suspended publication in 2008, a victim to the same forces that have claimed so many other print publications this past decade, but The Indy was revived as a digital-only publication in 2011 and has published continually since then. In total the running coach, who is originally from Skye, ran 883 miles (1422km) and ascended (413,854ft) 126,143m, which is the equivalent of more than 14 ascents of Mt Everest. Easy to search. Donnie Campbell is one of Scotland’s top running coaches and is the founder and owner of Get Active Running. Donnie Campbell on Glen Coe's Aonach Eagach It takes most people years to finish a round of the Munros. (Alternatively, you can keep the swag for yourself and just give the subscription, we’ll never tell). After finishing, Donnie said: “It is great to have done it – and I am really pleased I don’t have to run again today. Then click the RESET DATA button and redo your search. I feel very pleased to have finished ahead of schedule and in less than 32 days. Your support is what makes this publication possible and we are deeply grateful. He was preceded in death by his parents, Lurty and Ruby Thomas Campbell; two sisters, Geneva Lambert and Edna Campbell; and a brother, Everette Campbell. Please enter your search data in any or all fields below. Discover (and save!) (I know I do.). Largest open database of current and former Kentucky jail inmates. Kingsmill Bond”) about the transition from fossil fuels to renewables. By Finlay Greig. Donnie Campbell completed all of Scotland's 282 Munros in a new record time of 31 days and 23 hours - taking eight days off the previous record held. He took just 31 days, 23 hours and two minutes to complete a non-stop self-propelled circuit of every mountain with a summit of more than 3000ft (914.4m). See more ideas about vintage motorcycles, vintage bikes, classic motorcycles. Together, we could provide a nice counterbalance to the SaltWire Network with its Postmedia feed. Fuller disclosure: I share none of his musical ability. Judea, passed from this life on Thursday, Oct. 15 (2020) at North Arkansas Regional Medical Center. your own Pins on Pinterest Scottish runner Donnie Campbell has set an astonishing new record for the fastest round of Scotland's 282 Munros. Why cycling is the perfect exercise during COVID-19, Getting Muddy and Dirty Has Never Been This Good. He has worked with numerous athletes varying from complete beginners to national and international level athletes who have all seen improvement in performance under his coaching. ), Thanks for listening! We provide small tracking devices that enable event organisers, friends and supporters to follow where you are on the internet Drew Brown’s analysis, besides being sharp and entertaining, is also a nice antidote to the cheerleading of the Cape Breton Post which also ran a Muskrat Falls story today, under the headline, “This year will be a very big year: Maritime Link project continues in Cape Breton.” In it, Emera Newfoundland and Labrador president and CEO Rick Janega states, “We are completely confident we will be able to meet our construction dates and our commissioning dates.”. It is day 22 of Donnie Campbell’s bid to set a new fastest Munro round record – and he has finally decided to allow himself a half day off. And I’m guessing the sooner we start adapting the better. Donnie said: “Spyke’s record was an incredible time but I wanted to push my limits and see what I could achieve. Skye ultra-runner Donnie Campbell is attempting to complete a continuous self-propelled round of Scotland’s 282 Munros in just 33 days. 2,573 talking about this. Under his own steam, ex-Commando Donnie Campbell yesterday completed a continuous self-propelled round of all the Munros – mountains over … This organization is not BBB accredited. He said: “It feels great to have finished and I am sure it will all sink in at some point. I learned about technological “leapfrogging” in the Czech Republic where, during communist times, getting a landline phone was very difficult — in fact, when I arrived in the CR, seven years after the Velvet Revolution, it was still very difficult; the waiting period for a new landline was about two years. Scottish runner Donnie Campbell has set an incredible new record for the fastest human-powered round of Scotland's 282 Munros, completing a non-stop, self-propelled circuit of every mountain in the country with a summit of more than 3000ft (914.4m), in just 31 days, 23 hours and two minutes. 97 talking about this. Running All. A relative? He took just 31 days, 23 hours and two minutes to complete a non-stop self-propelled circuit of every mountain with a summit of more than 3,000ft (914.4m). His original goal had been 33 days. Advanced search options. Have you ever thought about giving the gift of news to a friend? Written by Fiona Russell Scottish runner Donnie Campbell has set an astonishing new record for the fastest round of Scotland's 282 Munros. I told myself it wouldn’t last forever and I simply focused on the routine of eat, run, sleep and do it again. (He bore the grudge to his grave, in fact, leaving instructions the Junos were not to mark his death during that year’s awards ceremony. (Full disclosure: Donnie is my first cousin once removed on my mother’s side. In a piece that started out discussing the cruise industry’s dubious counting abilities and ended questioning the wisdom of the Muskrat Falls project, I wrote: I’ve been working on a couple of pieces lately that involve a similar sort of jive math (one being Nova Scotia’s foray into P3 school construction which doesn’t seem to have involved any math at all) and I think the Muskrat Falls project also falls within this category. 5,425 Followers, 395 Following, 468 Posts - See Instagram photos and videos from Donnie Campbell (@donnie_campbell84) pin Anda sendiri di Pinterest. Brown’s writing is sharp and funny and his publication pledges allegiance to the same principles the Spectator does (or at least, tries to): The Newfoundland and Labrador Independent is the cutting edge of thoughtful commentary, critical perspective, and unflinching reporting in our province. It has a slightly different economic model than the Spectator, but is also ad-free and 100% supported by its readers, and as I noted at the outset of this item, it is currently in the middle of a subscription drive: Hello readers, comrades, haters, & friends. Thus the Stompin’ Tom award was established and is presented annually to one individual or group from each of the East Coast Music Association’s five regions (Prince Edward Island, New Brunswick, Mainland Nova Scotia, Newfoundland & Labrador and Cape Breton). Donnie started his Munro round bid on August 1 on Ben More, on the Island of Mull. ... Mr. Donnie C Campbell Jr. ), it will also be on the Open Tracking app ⁣ He spoke to me soon after reaching his final Munro, Ben Hope, today. Customer Contact. Blue Detour. “It wasn’t the end of the round or the record but it did mean another 90 minutes of climbing and some 600m of ascent on the end of an already long day.”, The hardest time for Donnie was the 17th day when he said he felt fatigued both physically and mentally. Donnie Shell, the Steelers’ hard-hitting safety of the 1970s, has only made the top-15 in balloting once, in 2002. Hey, while we’ve got you here, can we just say thanks for subscribing to the Spectator? After only 30 minutes of sleep, he then cycled to Am Faochagach, near Ullapool, and then completed another 10 Munros to finish on Ben Hope. The Indy has a staff of three supplemented by “a group of dedicated contributors” (including Terry Doyle who wrote this great piece on Muskrat Falls). We have the power. Since then, some 6700 people have walked and climbed a round, with the average time being around two decades. BBB Scam Tracker. He returned to the north-west of Scotland, with the most westerly Munro of Sgurr na Banachdich to come on the Island of Skye and a finish on Ben Hope. Donnie, 35, of Inverness, completed his challenge on Scotland's most northerly Munro, Ben Hope, in Sutherland, at 5:02am today (Sept 2). Donnie Campbell — or “Sydney River musician,” as the online edition of the Cape Breton Post identified him — has been awarded a 2019 Stompin’ Tom Award by the East Coast Music Association (ECMA). Officially, he’s being honored as the host of Celtic Serenade, Cape Breton’s “longest running Celtic Radio program,” on air for almost 45 years, on which many Cape Breton artists received their first exposure. The first continuous self-propelled round of the Munros (except for the Skye and Mull ferries)  was completed by Scottish mountaineer and author Hamish Brown between April 4 and July 24 1974. I’d been busting a gut for so long but I couldn’t see the end. The Indy, as it is known, started life in 2003 as an actual print newspaper that counted, at its peak, 40,000 Newfoundlanders as readers. Donnie Campbell on Aonach Eagach above Glen Coe. Scottish runner Donnie Campbell has set an astonishing new record for the fastest round of Scotland's 282 Munros. We have big plans to revolutionize local media, and we need your help to get there. On average, Donnie spent 12 hours every day running, cycling or kayaking. The Cortege (Adam Priest, Derek Neal & Steven Michaels) defeat Donnie Janela, Suge D & Tyler Franks (17:12) All workers Adam Priest , Bailey Blake , Derek Neal , Donnie Janela , Jaden Newman , Jordan Oliver , Kenzie Paige , Kevin Ryan , Nolan Edwards, Sean Campbell, Shean Christopher , Steven Michaels , Suge D , The Cortege, Tyler Franks For those that are into dot watching here is a link to my live tracker (caution it will be a slow moving dot! @IndependentNL is marking May Day in Newfoundland & Labrador by kicking off a subscription drive. In 2000, Charlie Campbell, a Glasgow postman, completed the challenge in 49 days. We now return you to your regularly scheduled web browsing…. He took just 31 days, 23 hours and two minutes to complete a non-stop self-propelled circuit of every mountain with a summit of more than 3000ft (914.4m). I want to thank my wife and all my friends who have helped and supported me on the round. “Doing all the Munros is something I had dreamed about for a long time and for it to finally come true in a fastest time feels surreal.”, Donnie Campbell kayak between Mull and the mainland. I have to think Connors would approve the award being given to Donnie, a musician who has spent his whole life in Cape Breton; who plays music the way most of us draw breath — as though it were a thing simultaneously effortless and essential — and who has done so much to support other musicians on this Island. General Contractor in Langhorne, PA. See BBB rating, reviews, complaints, & more. Apr 20, 2020 - Explore Donnie Campbell's board "Vintage motorcycles" on Pinterest. We provide small tracking devices that enable event organisers, friends and supporters to follow where you are on the internet Copyright © 2021 The Cape Breton Spectator. Get to Know Your BBB Team. Constantly updated. ... » Donnie Campbell, Munro Round: 282 peaks. I’d been going hard and it felt relentless and I was only around halfway. He said: “It was annoying when I realised at the bottom of Moruisg in Glencarron that I needed to go up again. With the right conditions, I thought it might be achievable. Search arrest records and find latests mugshots and bookings for Misdemeanors and Felonies. And right now, while supplies last, if you give an annual subscription to the Spectator or an annual joint subscription to the Spectator and the Halifax Examiner, the lucky recipient will receive a free gift — yes, the Spectator has swag. 6:00am-6:00pm I’d just done several long and tough days back-to-back and I was questioning what I was doing. Donnie Campbell — or “Sydney River musician,” as the online edition of the Cape Breton Post identified him — has been awarded a 2019 Stompin’ Tom Award by the East Coast Music Association (ECMA). Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window), Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window), Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window), Education and Early Childhood Development, Fast & Curious: Short Takes on Random Things, Department of Environment and Climate Change, Transportation and Infrastructure Renewal. As he ascends, a wall of snow, glistening in the glow of a headtorch, rears above his head. His time is almost eight days quicker than the previous record set a decade ago by English fell runner Stephen “Spyke” Pyke. He is climbing Aonach Beag, the seventh highest mountain in Britain. ‘I still can’t really believe it is over after all the planning and then all the days in the mountains. 31 days, 23hrs, 2min. This May, let’s #UpTheIndy!https://t.co/RVlI1ZlDKk, — drew brown (@drewfoundland) May 1, 2019. Graphically, the shift will look like this: It seems it’s not something Canadians will be able to avoid — it’s just something (like climate change) to which we’ll have to adapt. I could not have finished it without them.”, Content provided by the excellent Scottish journalist Fiona Russell, « Wilderness, wildlife and weapons. He points out that China has already overtaken the United States in its investment in renewables and says India will follow. Largest Database of Kentucky Mugshots. We’re small, but we punch well above our weight. I was reminded of that as I listened to this presentation by Kingsmill Bond (who, sadly, does not begin by saying, “The name’s Bond. The 33 days was simply the outcome of my planning. A nemesis? “Daddy had an 8-track of what they call the dawnsong, this chatter that they do,” Dee Campbell said. The current (as in, since January) editor Drew Brown is a former freelance writer whose work first caught my eye a couple of months before I launched the Spectator, back when I was writing and posting occasionally on goCapeBreton.com. Next came the Munros of the southern Highlands, including the most southerly Munro of Ben Lomond. “It was my own fault due to cloud and a lack of concentration at the top. Runner Donnie Campbell has completed a record-breaking round of all Scotland’s munros. Of course, it did get easier mentally the closer I got to the finish.”, Now Donnie plans to put his feet up and get back to his day job coaching other runners. He is shrouded in the darkness of a Scottish night in December. Scottish runner Donnie Campbell has set an astonishing new record for the fastest round of Scotland’s 282 Munros. Bond says that during a shift of this nature (he compares it to the transition from horses to cars), peak demand for the old technology occurs when penetration of the new technology is still quite low (the demand for horses in the US, he says, peaked in 1910 when cars were just “3% of their number.”) In terms of fossil fuels: The 2020s will be the decade of fossil fuel demand peaks, as one bastion of fossil fuel demand after another is stormed and overwhelmed by the rising renewable tide. The Inverness athlete beat the existing fastest time for a ‘self-propelled’ round of the 3,000ft mountains by more than seven days. He slept for around eight hours each night. Jack Campbell, start Ben Vorlich (not sure which one) 1/6/15, end Ben Lomond 18/10/15 Lisa Trollope / Libby Kerr, start BMM 3/7/17, end Ben Hope 17/9/17 Donnie Campbell, start BMM 1/8/20, end Ben Hope 2/9/20 So that's 35 minimum but there are almost certainly more - and I haven't really been on the case these past few years. A sidebar story focused on an event at Membertou during which Janega “recognized provincial contractors for their commitment to workplace diversity,” particularly their hiring of “women, aboriginal people, people with disabilities and visible minorities.” No stats were provided to back any of this up — Janega’s word on both subjects seem to be good enough for the Post. Donnie Campbell, of Mt. I’m also guessing — and I wish I had time to graph it — that the popularity of climate-change denying, pro-fossil fuel politicians, like the crop currently flourishing in this country, will follow a trajectory similar to that of fossil fuels. He argues the transition to renewables is happening because of necessity — global warming and pollution– policy and (rapidly developing and cheapening) technology. Jan 28, 2013 - This Pin was discovered by Patrick Sitbon. I have a nefarious purpose in soliciting support for an independent digital media outlet in Newfoundland — one I’ve already confessed to Brown — which is that I’d like to see all us Atlantic Canadian indies cooperating where and when we can. She was 65 years old. Due to re-measurement of the Munros, the list now sits at 282. About . As legacy media outlets in this province starve, shrink, and get gobbled up by mainland media barons, our job—producing meaningful and accessible local content—becomes more important than ever. Finally, if you haven’t signed up for our weekly newsletter, please consider doing so. ), So in 1993, when the ECMA’s awarded Connors the Dr. Helen Creighton Award for Lifetime Achievement, they must have done so with some trepidation. (Full disclosure: Donnie is my first cousin once removed on my mother’s side. These are in turn driving emerging markets, which are expected to account for all future growth in energy demand, to adopt renewables rather than fossil fuels. Temukan (dan simpan!) Don’t forget your tracker, though – you have to be able to prove what you’ve done, of course! (And once you’ve done so, make sure you white list us so your mail provider won’t think we’re spam and block us. Not only did he run up and down all the hills, the accomplished mountain runner, who was raising money for British Red Cross, also cycled and kayaked between his targets. “I reached a large cairn which I thought was the summit but my tracker showed later that I needed to go another 200m to a small pile of stones. But if you’ve been to Kiju’s on a Wednesday night to see him perform with Jinks O’Neill, you probably appreciate him first and foremost as a performer in his own right. ... “I reached a large cairn which I thought was the summit but my tracker showed later that I needed to go another 200m to a small pile of stones. Donnie Campbell on Aonach Eagach above Glen Coe Runner Donnie Campbell has completed a record-breaking round of all Scotland’s munros. Donnie Campbell has been running for 20 hours. He said: “This was the lowest point, I think. No motorised transport was used although he did have a back-up motorhome driven by his wife, Rachael, in which he slept each night. He summited 284 Munros as then officially listed. Friday, 14th August 2020, 4:46 pm. Annual Spring Southwest Virginia Antique Flea Market and Swap Meet on Apr 19, 2019 in Glade Hill, VA at Franklin County Recreation Park. 2018 Mei 8 - Pin ini ditemukan oleh Donnie Campbell. Jinks O’Neill (l) and Donnie Campbeel (r). It also feels great to have done a Munro round finally. Fuller disclosure: I share none of his musical ability.) Cycle to Glen Brittle on Skye for the Cuillin. Strange, then, to turn from the Post’s version of the project — on time and a boon to women and visible minorities — to Brown’s version, which you can watch for yourself, I’ll just say that the words “boondoggle,” “albatross” and “embarrassment” all feature prominently: You should also check out Brown’s thoughts on the environmental issues surrounding the project, which echo those of Russell Wangersky (aka the best columnist in the Cape Breton Post) which you will find here . Agonisingly, on day 29, he was also forced to climb the same Munro twice. I knew my schedule was very ambitious but it excited and scared me. All Rights Reserved. But Donnie Campbell had purple martins in his backyard after only one year. The microspikes that might have eased… And in fact, although he accepted the award, he attached a string, which was that the association should establish another award to honor “all those who have made a long-term contribution to the East Coast Music Industry, and have paved the road for many successful East Coast artists of today.” (I’m not sure if he specified they had to live on the East Coast, but I’m guessing it was probably implied.). Highlight All Routes. I am looking forward to a rest and being back home. Damian Hall sets new Pennine Way FKT, litter-picking along the route. He then kayaked to Glenfinnan, before he traversed the Cairngorms and reached the most easterly Munro of Mount Keen. It was in June 2010, that Spyke set his record, this time on the 283 listed Munros at that time. Mr. Donnie C Campbell Jr. Additional … He also cycled 896 miles (1443km) and a total elevation of 46755.249ft (14,251m). 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