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"Port Mista" - Extending the Waystation Concept

Massive thanks to Razorien for providing the photos used in this post!

It’s been a little while since I’ve posted an update on The Explorers Club waystation project… 1,052 more words

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Whispers of Whisk(e)y returns... Johnnie Walker The Adventurer

Today’s review, which comes after far too long a break, takes a look at another whisky: one from the Johnnie Walker Explorers’ Club Collection, a series inspired by the journeys of those who took Johnnie Walker across the world. 686 more words

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The WestCoast Breeze 12-29-16 Playlist

Steve Porcaro-Back To You
Soweco-Soul Searching
Ed Motta-Heritage Deja Vu
Stephen Bishop-I’ll Sleep On the Plane
State Cows-Stealing The Show
Explorers Club-Gold Winds
Thierry Condor-Just Call… 28 more words

Mr (Jock) Gordon one of the schoolmasters who took us to the Cairngorms in 1959

Photographed on the mist covered slopes of Ben Macdhui in the Cairngorms by Anthony Sargeant. Mr Gordon and Mr Grant were schoolmasters of the old school who dedicated their lives to the enriching of the experiences of their young charges. 34 more words

Anthony J Sargeant

Cairngorm Mountains in Scotland

This black and white photograph was taken by Anthony Sargeant during a visit to the Cairngorms made in the summer of 1959. It shows the pass called the Lairig Ghru that divides the massif into two blocks.The two week camping trip was undertaken by the members of the newly formed Explorers’ Club of Haberdashers’Aske’s Boys’ School in South London. 73 more words

Anthony Sargeant

Haberdashers’ Aske’s Explorers’ Club in the Cairngorm Mountains of Scotland in the summer of 1959

Haberdashers’ Aske’s Explorers’ Club in the Cairngorm Mountains of Scotland in the summer of 1959

Stopped for something to eat on the summit of Cairngorm. Bob Tweddle is seen standing and seated on the right wearing a bobble hat is Alan Vincent.Others difficult to identify. Photographed by Tony Sargeant.

Anthony J Sargeant

Haberdashers’ Aske’s Explorers’ Club in the Cairngorm Mountains of Scotland in the summer of 1959

The summit of Angel’s Peak which we climbed at night to watch the sunrise over the mountains. A sensational sight never forgotten by Anthony Sargeant. Taken a little after the first break of dawn some of the morning mist which at first light carpeted the valleys like a sea below us is still clinging to the shade of the hillsides. 6 more words

Anthony J Sargeant