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,
Just an ordinary, cold, sunny day with Neil on the Berwickshire Coastal Path from Dowlaw to St Abbs. With added seals! We got so close
Two years since Mrs J and I got married, we decided to have a weekend away sans Sam and headed to Loch Lomond. We stayed
Cairngorm summit, early yesterday. I’d have stopped for lunch if it wasn’t for the following reasons: The wind was gusting at about 50mph. The temperature/windchill
A real life treasure hunt for Sam, his first geocache. Although he said he expects to find gold coins next time. Oh….
Always been one of my bucket list trips, I finally made it to Sandwood Bay. I spent a very chilled couple of days exploring the