An outing in the Brecon Beacons, led by Brunel Walking Group. 11 miles of cairns, crashed planes and steering clear of the tourist routes.
It's summer! We've had 'unseasonally' warm weather and it's a good time to think about camping - if you enjoy that kind of experience and haven't already got plans under way. I don't normally intend to plan a camping trip for August but this year I'll be heading to the Peak District for a long … Continue reading Camping in August: Thoughts
A North Somerset through Kewstoke, out to Middle Hope and crossing Sand Bay before returning.
A 'Joint Walk' of mixed age and many boot in the Wye Valley. Beginning at Tintern, from May 2017.
Embracing the Summer Solstice, on the 21st of June this year. Outdoors, of course! What did you get up to?
I accidentally drafted this on my other site and I’ve not yet figured out a way of easily moving it over so, here I am, Reblogging my own work!
As quickly as this past weekend came and went, I now find that almost three whole days have passed since I arrived home.
Cranborne Chase – for those who don’t know (just as I didn’t) – is an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty in North Dorset, very close to the border with Wiltshire. Salisbury lies to the north with the New Forest and Hampshire to the east.
This was a camping and walking weekend organised by two members of Brunel Walking Group and my second of the year.
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Reviewing my mileage for the month that was June 2017, with a running total of my current standing for the year, in a personal quest to #walk1000miles.