The doors are closed and locked on adventures far from home once more as coronavirus takes hold again. So close to home is the default
Went on my first adventure of 2021 today to Loch Ordie, which is off the A9 between Dunkeld and Pitlochry. The weather was beautiful. Cold,
Today Mrs Johnston and I took a wee wander from Kingsbarns to Crail, on the look out for Caves and shells.
Teepee building in the garden today. Young Johnston has a new bedroom.
A nights camping, cooking and dipping with Dave and about 1000 noisy geese.
Our outdoor swimming itch took us to Coldingham Bay in the Borders for a bit of a dook.
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
A trip into the wild waves of East Lothian with Young Johnston.
A family microadventure to Loch Leven for a spot of dipping and wild swimming.
Great pairings….A pie and a pint, bacon and eggs, hide and seek, Tom and Jerry…. How about a morning canoeing…. And an afternoon on West
This is a question you won’t often ask yourself. Although stranger things do happen I suppose. My mum used to take her cats for a
For the third of my Grid Square Journeys, I needed to do some tweaking. I’ve used the same number of steps since I was first