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 plan on (pretty wet) ice. We scoured the weather forecast for even a glimpse of sun, anywhere that the chance of rain was low-ish. We settled for a trip to … Continue reading Carron Bothy
Category: Nature at its Best
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 wife, run to the kitchen to grab a bag of crisps and do all the other important things a busy dad/teacher/outdoor type needs to do. So it's been pretty frustrating … Continue reading The Sole Purpose of Your Feet is Toe-tal Fun
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 head torch and was the best leader we could have asked for.
A wee climb up Schiehallion and then a scramble down to Uamh Tom a’Mhor-fhir, the fairy cave.
Our family trip to Arran, staying in a cottage in Brodick. Lots of walking and eating.
Team Deliverance consists of Kirsty, Paul, Sas, Gav, Erin and my good self and there wasn't a sign of a banjo or a squealing pig all weekend. Two days spent canoeing the waters of the River Tay in blazing sunshine and driving rain were a perfect way to welcome the coming autumnal changes. I'll let … Continue reading Team Deliverance Take on the Tay
Leaving the house at 4.30am, the murky morning mist poked some tiny holes in my enthusiasm and, for a second, made me question the wisdom of driving four and a half hours north. The forecast looked good. Yet the fog became thicker as I passed Pitlochry and even from the roadside near Elphin, Suilven was … Continue reading Sharing Suilven
The best way to ensure your child likes a campervan trip to your favourite mountain range? Let him drive.