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
Post-adventure recovery for daddy and Young Johnston. New clothes, salt and vinegar sticks and a hot chocolate.
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
Teepee building in the garden today. Young Johnston has a new bedroom.
A family microadventure to Loch Leven for a spot of dipping and wild swimming.
Another in the series of things we’ve built to improve our garden (now called the race track), entertain Young Johnston and get us through lockdown!
Another in the series of things we’ve built to improve our garden, entertain Young Johnston and get us through lockdown! A mud kitchen.
Making some hot chocolate using a kelly kettle. Much tastier.
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
A real life treasure hunt for Sam, his first geocache. Although he said he expects to find gold coins next time. Oh….
My feet are important to me. We are a team. On a daily basis they allow me to play “Chase Me” with my son and
One of the old Glenfarg railway tunnels this week. A family outing to explore these tunnels that we’ve known about for years. Sam loved his