Published 26 April 2015
The urge and need to visit the Lakes again.
Published 24 April 2015
Get out the party hats and balloons, for the Pennine Way is 50 years old.
Published 22 April 2015
A power station, lovely towns, brutally attacked picnic benches, graffiti and a seat of learning that just looks scruffy.
Published 19 April 2015
The stunning sight of a paraglider on the South Downs.
Published 15 April 2015
Snow everywhere, a town with few chain-stores, off along a diversion, a pub that wasn’t, and a race to the station.
Published 12 April 2015
Whether you’re religious or not, starting at a cathedral certainly gives a sense of occassion.
Published 8 April 2015
Mud, barbed wire, pain, suffering and a pub lunch.
Published 5 April 2015
Always nice to be thanked by a sign by the road.
Published 1 April 2015
Mud, mud, glorious mud. Nothing quite like it for soothing the blood.
Published 29 March 2015
On a bridleway in a tunnel in Norway, what else will you see than road signs.
Published 25 March 2015
Just what do the Monkey Island computer games have to do with the Thames Path?
Published 22 March 2015
What’s that scary stone monster on the hillside?
Published 18 March 2015
The perfect walk to explore the Highlands, whilst also avoiding the crowds.
Published 15 March 2015
Useful information targeted at walkers at a bus stop? That is most unexpected.
Published 11 March 2015
Tree sculptures, a trek through forests, a bothy and people just everywhere as we arrive at Aviemore.
Published 8 March 2015
The long forgotten Old Barnes Cemetery lurks at the edge of a public footpath.
Published 4 March 2015
History, bird watching and a visit to a top 5 restaurant view in Europe.
Published 1 March 2015
Oh, okay, of course it’s not a rocket. It’s far worse.
Published 25 February 2015
From a waterfall, back to where we came from, and over the moors to the bright lights of Newtonmore.
Published 22 February 2015
Two people. One pointing at the other. In shadow.