Published 10 February 2016
Four years after finishing the Pennine Way, and many more since we’d last been there, we revisit old haunts and say hello again to an old friend.
Published 3 February 2016
The end is near. Kirk Yetholm is but a few more miles away. First though there’s the Cheviot to visit, the Hanging Stone to admire and a strange man to escape.
Published 27 January 2016
After being thwarted at the last hurdle, we were back in Byrness and this time the weather wasn’t going to stop us getting to Barrowburn Farm on the penultimate day of our Pennine Way walk.
Published 20 January 2016
A day which should have been spent traversing the Cheviots and doing the final push to Kirk Yetholm, is instead spent looking at fallen snow and playing board games.
Published 13 January 2016
Mist is filling the air, and rain is falling, as we head into one of the most remote parts of the Pennine Way. And all just in time for some extremely inclement weather.
Published 6 January 2016
It’s raining, it’s pouring, the old man is snoring. But despite the rain, two hikers head off Hadrian’s Wall, and out into the wilderness of Northumberland.
Published 23 December 2015
Christmas is almost here, so let us celebrate with a photo of snow.
Published 16 December 2015
It’s December and that can only mean one thing: the compulsory ‘review of the year’ post.
Published 2 December 2015
A lie-in, the clocks going back, terrible service in a pub and pouring down rain can do little to spoil the fact that we’d made it to Hadrian’s Wall!
Published 25 November 2015
Featureless moorland and muddy paths pave the way for a triumphant entry into one of the most famous areas of Roman Britain.
Published 18 November 2015
If there is to be disappointment on any section of the Pennine Way it is likely to be found on this one. Or so said the guide book.
Published 11 November 2015
A couple of years after last being there, there’s a return to Dufton, and a tour of snow covered hills with hidden radar stations, followed by a closed pub.
Published 8 November 2015
In the highlands of Scotland stands a statue dedicated to the Commandos.
Published 4 November 2015
Water, waterfalls, moorland and a hidden gem nestling in the moorland near a firing range.
Published 28 October 2015
With a heavy heart it’s time to depart the Tan Hill Inn, and head over the wild moorland of the North East.
Published 25 October 2015
Wandering off onto the sand, it’s the last edition of The Weekly Photograph.
Published 21 October 2015
A day of walking that’s basically a warm up to a visit to the best pub on the Pennine Way. And perhaps anywhere.
Published 18 October 2015
Nothing ever lasts forever. Not even boats.
Published 14 October 2015
We enter caving country and traverse Roman Roads with views of mighty railway structures.
Published 11 October 2015
I would like to live in Sweden, when my work is done.