Pie in the Skye

I’m always musing on alternative careers/business adventures and I’m sure that the above would be a winner. I love pies and having recently visited I can confidently say I love Skye too. Therefore a business making and selling pies filled with Skye based produce would surely contribute greatly to society and potentially soften the edges…

Two Corbetts and a Marilyn: Capers in the Cairngorms

That’s the third time I’ve been blown off the path – do you think we should make a new plan? Uttered by one member of our group 90 minutes into our planned ‘epic’ munro mountain day. A new plan was definitely in order. One thingĀ I learnt from this short foray into the beautiful Cairngorms over…

Giving the gift of the outdoors

Consumerism and Christmas go hand in hand, like a map and compass they are intrinsically linked. I love Christmas, I really do, but I see it as a time for getting together with friends and family to enjoy Christmassy liquid and food based treats not a time for exchanging expensive, never to be used again…

One day adventures: Tetbury and Westonbirt

Sometimes a weekend away isn’t possible or needed. Even on these weekends mini adventures are not hard to find! A quick scour of a local map should always reveal somewhere new to explore. Having recently applied to be a #GetOutside champion I was quite excited to be offered a months free subscription to OS online…