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Wenaha Muzzleloaders Rendezvous–Part 1

It started with a purchase of some raffle tickets, which led to a camping trip. We went to spectate and ‘checkout’ this muzzleloader “mountain-man rendezvous” in Troy, Oregon. 692 more words


Solo Snowdonia Region - Cardigan Bay - Day 1

Given that this was my first walk in a long while, the whole route had a lot of slack built into it. The full route covered around 40 km – a distance that I’d normally do in two days, but given the lack of recent on-the-ground-time I decided to allocate 3 days for this one. 3,047 more words


Oregon State Park Yurts

Oregon really knows how to run their state parks. We’ve often enjoyed their amenities when on the road in the Pacific Northwest. Their parks are clean and well taken care of, and with free hot showers, there isn’t a real good reason to spend extra on a hotel if you’re on a tight budget. 422 more words



Some of you know the story of Mac, the incredible white German shepherd my ex-husband rescued for me when we lost our oldest son to cancer. 271 more words


Mt Jagungal (nearly)

It was a big drive in the afternoon to get down to Cooma for my first walk in the Snowy Mountains area. There had been a lot of discussion about what the weather was going to do. 1,164 more words



I love to camp, which is ironic considering my parents never took me camping.

My father actually thinks it’s a ridiculous past time.

Little does he know. 419 more words


Back from aborted Snowdonia Region 2+1 day Solo Walk!

As plans went, this one was a good one. I was pleased with the route and the level of fitness that I had attained. I had also thought that I was pleased with my kit too – in all, everything was looking very good indeed – and that included the British weather! 703 more words