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Natural Navigation, meaning without compass or iPad, is a vogue feature of the moment, thanks to Tristan Gooley, a professional hairy man, sadly lumbered with a satirist’s name for a twonk, who has written a series of books including, new on the market, The Walker’s Guide To Outdoor Clues & Signs. 125 more words

Notes From The Shed

The Book List is finally 100% complete!

My list of books has been in existence for a very very long time. It is the reason why I started the blog and the reason I have been consciously reading since last August, almost 10 months ago. 524 more words

Just a plain old diary entry

Evening all. I feel like I haven’t posted for ages which probably means that it’s been even longer than that!

To give you a quick update, I’m almost finished… 139 more words

Beautiful Scotland as Inspiration

Whilst talking to an Artist at the Lady Bay Art Festival last weekend, we started to discuss walking, she was off to Dartmoor to complete at least 12 miles a day and I talked a little about my trip. 288 more words

Planning our way: of maps, apps, pins & string

How does one plan a Way? We have known our pilgrimage’s starting point and its finishing point from the beginning but it has taken us a while to decide on the big bit in between… 553 more words

How to connect with nature.

I am currently dipping in and out of this really lovely little book I picked up from Foyles the other day. It is really well written actually and is small enough so I take it everywhere I go. 114 more words


Monday Reads - The Walker's Guide to Outdoor Clues and Signs.

The Walker’s guide to outdoor clues and signs – by Tristan Gooley.

This magnificent book set my inner wildwomen afire! In fact both my nearest and dearest, and various random strangers, are still feeling the repercussions. 188 more words