Two days cycling along empty country lanes, visiting the Holy Island of Lindisfarne, staying in a quaint B&B, and climbing the Lammermuirs.
A 2-day cycling tour that took us to Melrose, Kelso, Belford, Bamburgh and Craster, with glorious weather and a superb B&B.
A sunny and warm cycle in the Scottish Borders, riding past two ruined abbeys, an old Roman road and some churches; and visiting a familiar farm.
Two unforgettable days with glorious weather, a familiar Munro, a visit to our old camp, and an unexpected bridge.
A 2-night wild camping trip with deserted paths, a convenient bothy, and spectacular views of Loch Ericht.
Our annual trip to Firbush Point with Simon’s students. Two days of sailing, kayaking, chatting, and enjoying the beautiful Scottish spring.
Struggling to climb a solitary Munro in a gale. A memorable day with a dilapidated bridge, some fearless grouse, and a vanishing path.
A magic climb on a winter’s day. A long walk in the fog with plenty of grouse, some frogs, a huge cairn, and beautiful streams.
A foggy and steep climb through heather. The snow finally appeared at the top, then we got views of the Scottish Highlands, and found a long lost path.
Our winter walk near Laggan, in the Scottish Highlands. 8 miles first with a forest path, then no path, an unexpected fence, and a Pictish fort.
Our winter break this year took us to the peaceful & idyllic village of Laggan, in the Cairngorms National Park.
Finally, we got to put on our new snowshoes, and headed for a park with a somewhat steep hill.
A spectacularly sunny day with drifting snow, views of Braemar and the Cairngorms, frozen rivers, and some very brave ducks.
Our 4-day trip to Dublin (Ireland), with tons of bridges, sun, churches, great food, a few lessons in Irish history, and a visit to gaol.
A beautiful winter’s day with several hill tops, no sheep, the occasional gale, and some very heavy rucksacks.