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 was around -5C. The views were non existent. It was only 10am...
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.
With Brexit and Ecksit dominating the headlines, Neil, Dave, Tony and I headed to St. Andrews for some escapism and a weekend adventure. On the Saturday Neil and I decided to walk some of the Fife Coastal Trail from Lower Largo to Anstruther. That was the escapism from Barnier and May. The adventure came in … Continue reading Coasting Along
The end of the West Highland Way – 18th April 2014
The end of the West Highland Way yesterday after 7 days of trekking through some of the finest scenery our fine nation has to offer. Scotland just got a little bit smaller, but other modes of transport are also available...