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
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
The coronavirus lockdown of the last 10 weeks has finally started to ease a little. On Thursday, 67 long days after it started, Nicola Sturgeon
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 few pictures from a recent walking trip with our new van. Sunday morning rear view at St Abb’s harbour. Berwick Coast Watch building. A
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
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
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
A trip to Lochnagar this week from Crathie rather than Loch Muick. And a night in Gelder Shiel Bothy. Brilliant. And the film below:
I have a dream. To live in an old cottage far away from civilisation. And every now and then I travel over Dava Moor (between
Our family trip to Arran, staying in a cottage in Brodick. Lots of walking and eating.
And here’s the story of the whiteout and the attached bothy trip. An ace weekend.