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Indiana Jones in the French Pyrenees

Straddling a deep gorge in the Pyrenees in the Basque region of Larrau, South West France is the Le pont suspendu d’Holzarte suspension bridge. The drive from Mauleon, in the Soule province, to the start of the hiking track takes you through magnificent rolling hills, valleys and quaint Basque villages as the road follows the Le Saison and Larrau rivers. 456 more words


The Difference Between Walking And Walking Correctly

Almost everyone walks. Even the most sedentary person walks a couple of thousand steps a day. The average person walks in the 5,000-8,000 step range. The recommended number to shoot for is 10,000 steps a day. 34 more words

Why Travel?

Day-in, day-out, I travel the same dustless hard gray asphalt roads and frequent the same places in the same silver gray Chevy. The same old job with its route rhythms, the same chain grocery stores with such minor discrepancies in prices it’s hardly worth changing them up and the same town with only so many variations for my commute to work, all tempt me to simply shift to cruise control. 435 more words

Mestia, Caucasus Mountains, Northern Georgia

The remote Svaneti region in North Georgia is becoming less remote by the year but remains relatively unspoiled for now. Framed by the Caucasus Mountains, rising up to 5,000m, and home to ancient stone tower filled villages, this is a pretty special part of the world. 133 more words


The river is the only place to walk on a hot day

Tuesday 19th July 2016

Today was supposed to be the hottest day of the year, and it got up to 29C down here. I got the dogs out fairly early and took them to the River Stour. 214 more words


Fredag 29 juli turer

Hei hei.

I dag var flere skyer i himmelen igjen men var det varm ennå.

I dag er den sist dag for Bart med oss på Who Let the Dogs Out. 78 more words


Dogs on Upton Heath

Monday 18th July 2016

We went over to Upton Heath for our walk this morning and met several doggy friends. First of all we bumped into Henry and Addy (Ariadne), the two English Pointers. 302 more words