KNOYDART, FLAGS AND FRIENDSHIP.

Anybody who is familiar with my website and blog will know that I have a special place in my heart for Knoydart. Described by many as “the last true wilderness of Scotland” Knoydart got into my system like nowhere else

ACCESSING THE OUTDOORS MADE EASIER

For disabled people like myself, gaining access to the outdoors can be difficult. However, it can be made slightly easier by finding the right bicycle or other suitable modes of transport. I have had the privilege lately or trying out

EXPERIENCING THE WONDERS OF SHETLAND

I have been intrigued by Shetland since I was a boy and have wanted to visit there for such a long time.  Being as far north as you can go in the Britsh I had always wanted to go and

ANOTHER CYCLING ADVENTURE

Cycling the length of THe Caledonia Way was possibly the most amazing thing I’ve done so far. 240 miles lie between Campbeltown and Inverness but over 7 days I covered every last mile.  

REWIEWING THE VANGO DRYFT RUCKSACK

Here is a great rucksack by Vango ideal for days out in the country or for using around the city.  See my review!  

THE JOYS OF A TREE TENT

 

OUR GREATEST CHALLENGE IS IN THE MIND

David on The Snow covered Hills

Many of us take inspiration from watching the great achievements of others.   But with the motivation and right mental attitude, we can achieve anything we want.  I have experienced this many times, particularly on a long cycle ride.   In this

THE 3 VALLEYS WINTER PLAYGROUND

I have recently returned from a wonderful weeks skiing in The 3 Valleys.  Supported by Scottish based Chalet company Ski Hame, I spent 6 days skiing the biggest ski area in the world. This 640km of ski runs offers a

THE DIDRICKSON DALE JACKET

Reviewing the Didrickson Dale Jacket    

CYCLING ABERLADY BAY EAST LOTHIAN AND HAVING THE RIGHT BIKE

East Lothian represents for me, some of the most beautiful coastline in the country. Long sandy beaches, rolling dunes, and views over the Firth of Forth make it a haven for recreation and relaxation. I wanted to explore more of