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Mountain Navigation

The Importance of being able to Navigate in the Mountains

I know we have all seen them – those who walk up Snowdon with no map or compass in flip flops and jeans. 457 more words



It was a really sad revelation to hear that Art Bell had passed into the great beyond. I don’t usually get too upset about celebrities passing on; after all, I don’t actually know them. 211 more words


Another useless Sunday?

Today is probably a wasted day for most… maybe you have been catching up on yardwork, homework, or even Game of Thrones. The world understands today, because it’s the day that even God herself said ‘I don’t think I want to get out of bed today’ and rested. 363 more words


7 Top Tips for Happy Feet

How I walked from Coast to Coast and still had happy feet.

My 40th birthday was looming and my family were trying to make plans to celebrate – it freaked me out, I don’t know why? 303 more words

Walking Adventures

Day #10 Richmond to Ingleby Cross. C2C

Dimineață frumoasă și un mic dejun absolut delicios. După atâtea zile de poached eggs, ceai englezesc, roșii fără gust și bacon prăjit, ne-am bucurat în sfârșit de iaurt, căpșune dulci și afine uriașe. 529 more words


Welsh Coast to Coast

What an amazing week, where to begin?
I suppose Llandudno would be a good start, something Peter Dewison failed to manage. Actually, it began long before that, many months ago in a dark, secluded corner of the Bikeradar forums called “The Crudcatcher”, where I posted in a thread that Gaz had started expressing my interest in the challenge. 1,907 more words


The diverse port of Grenaa

Two of the characteristics of The Port of Grenaa today are Stena Line’s southern Kattegat-route connecting Jutland with Varberg in Halland and Fornæs’s shipbreaking activities. Especially the varied selection of ships in for demolition always makes a stroll around the harbour interesting. 383 more words