I’m trying to return to posting here a bit more often, the habit has waited a bit recently. I need to take more photos, as
Last day of the month, cracking weather, so a good excuse to get out and try and up the average for the month. I set
Here’s something that I’ve wanted to do for a long time and never before felt up to. Walking the length of the Quantocks in a
Our inaugural ride for the Rough Stuff Fellowship in the South West. I must admit, I wasn’t expecting a huge turnout for the first ride,
Our big day for a big walk, The Wivey Way, a 20 mile circular walk around the Somerset town of Wiveliscombe. Wivey has been our home for the last 14 years, and we are now, albeit temporarily, leaving it for a life on the road. Travel and adventure on a slightly larger scale. And what a fitting way of saying goodbye to Wivey but to take the opportunity to view it from every angle. We were blessed with great weather, not too hot, and as luck would have it, our fellow walkers homes were alongside the route so suitable pitstops were easily at hand.
At last, after much preparation and testing, an actual adventure to embark upon! An overnight trip, ostensibly to test out the practicality of wild camping.
Another sunny Sunday, and so time to take a break and get outside again. Mel had to do some work first thing, so it was
Last weekend our friend Derryl came to visit, bringing along the new man in her life, Ash. Lovely to see Derryl again, and great to
Finally, the first proper day out with both the trailer and the new bike. I had been waiting for this one for weeks, a chance