When the chance came along to visit the abandoned island of Belnahua, on the west coast, my immediate response was an unambiguous YES as the
I’ve driven along the A82 through Glencoe many times. The road is an outdoor addicts dream as you pass mountain after river after ridge after
As I left my house this morning, I was dreaming of a Texas sun. Or at least that was the song I was listening to,
As the number of vaccines administered hits the millions, the end might just be in sight. I say that with one eye on a future
Recently there have been a lot of weather, snow and wind and rain, but you might never have known it walking down the quiet wooded
A nights camping, cooking and dipping with Dave and about 1000 noisy geese.
Two days walking part of the Southern Upland Way from Balgrennan to Dalry with Paul and James. Our camp near White Laggan bothy looking towards
Where will I go? A question normally with a thousand answers. At the moment, because of the lockdown, there is only one….. A microadventure in
Last weekend, Neil, Gordon, James and I were supposed to be heading to Sandwood Bay. But the weeks worth of torrential rain had put that
Two days walking and camping the fantastic Annandale Way from Moffat to Hoddom Castle with Adventure Man and Gav. The weather was glorious and the
The best way to ensure your child likes a campervan trip to your favourite mountain range? Let him drive.
As a primary school teacher I’ve taught boys named after the isles of Harris and Lewis. I’ve taught an Ailsa (Craig), a (North) Rona, a