The latest in a series of things we’ve built to improve our garden, entertain Young Johnston and get us through lockdown! Bird tables!
The lockdown is almost three weeks old. We can’t go out unless absolutely necessary. As a family who loves the outdoors, we stand and stare
The first in a series of things we’ve built to improve our garden, entertain Young Johnston and get us through lockdown! A hut/den/bothy.
Tap…. Tap…. Tap…. Tap…. …multiplied by at least 50,000 this week. That’s the noise made as I tap on whatever device I have available, whether
It’s always more interesting to look at how a child sees something. I’ve spent hours/days/months looking online and speaking to friends to find the best
Last door carpeted today and accessories added. But where will I keep my axe?
When Young Johnston was a baby, he had something called a cosy toe, which kept him warm in his buggy. Now daddy has one. Time
A few shots plying the van and starting the roof and wall carpeting with the help of The King.
The first of my of my 12 official microadventures of 2020. (find out more at my previous post Clearing the New Year Wreckage) Although, having
I’ve christened 2020 as the year of clear vision. And the outdoors helps me to think and see clearly so what better excuse to come
Team Johnston spent Hogmanay with Team Smyde down near Cockburnspath which was a relaxed but fab evening of chilli and whisky. We also took a
I appreciate good insulation. I have plenty myself which means I’m usually too hot rather than too cold. Even on a mountain top in winter,