Tag Archives: Walking

24 hours in the forest without trees – A micro adventure

Up until March of this year, it had been 24 years since I’d last been true wild-camping. Back then it was two separate nights above 2000 feet on passes of the Lake District whilst walking the Coast to Coast. Then … Continue reading

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Bedraggled in Bowland – A micro-adventure

A lot seems to have happened since my last micro-adventure, which was now almost two years ago. Mrs W and Junior were to be at a weekend conference in Derbyshire, so my appetite was wetted (and by the end of … Continue reading

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Buckden Pike

Many people reserve their blog postings for epic tales of ‘daring do’ involving vertiginous climbs and wild camping in the wilderness. However with a 2 ½ year old in tow an amble in the Yorkshire Dales seems just as note-worthy. … Continue reading

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Summit Selfie

A boys afternoon out climbing Pendle from the East side, traversing the length and then dropping down into Barley for a beer whilst we waited for our lift home with Mrs W. Junior also loved sitting on the trig point, carrying … Continue reading

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Hebrides – June 2014

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Nathan Scott Weston – welcome to our world!

When you are ten days old, many of the things you do will still be ‘firsts’.  Today we went for a walk in the delightful Hodder Valley with a stop in the Hark to Bounty Public House in Slaidburn, his … Continue reading

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Walking the Isle of Man coast path – a hidden gem

Last week we enjoyed glorious sunny weather out of the Isle of Man.  After a day relaxing with a friend we set off on a five day walk between B&B’s on the coast of the Island.  We started from Ramsey … Continue reading

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