I see Cambridgeshire hillwalker Alan Sloman plans to go ahead with his hysterical over-reaction to the Dunmaglass wind farm.
I'm sure I've blogged before about my love of hillwalking and bagging Munros. And the sight of a patch of turning windmills on a hillside doesn't spoil my day out. In fact, I find them uplifting and a sign of hope.
Mr Sloman's stunt is bound to be splashed across the media next week. I just hope the journalists covering it speak to a few more hillwalkers. I know plenty who love wind farms. I also hope they ask him what alternative suggestion he has for our energy needs. Using less energy and having a mix of renewables seems pretty sensible to me. The other options are dangerous, dirty and dwindling.
Another thought while I'm on wind farms: why, if there's so much concern about blights on the landscape, did so many people vote SNP twice last Thursday? Some say it's a mandate for independence. If so it's surely also a mandate for 100 per cent renewable energy.