My First OS Map

With thanks to fellow outdoor blogger Emily Woodhouse, this is my first response to what will be a series of daily prompts for this week. Not being able to get out or travel far often can leave bloggers with a lack of impetus to write. You can follow Emily’s work at Travelling Lines.

What is your oldest piece of outdoor gear or equipment? How long have you had it?

Tell its story.

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Meeting the Outdoor Bloggers

This past weekend, I spent my time camping in Cheddar with the Outdoor Bloggers group. While it was only a short drive from home (and not an area in which I would usually look to go camping), it was also my first time meeting anyone from the group.

Two years ago, I probably wouldn’t have done this, through fear and anxiety. But I’m pleased to say that I have been. I’m going to share some of the highlights with you now and I look forward to meeting up with them all again in 2020, if not sooner.

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Mendip Snow: February 2019

Sunday 3rd February 2019

After two days of walking in the snow, you might think I’d have had enough of the white stuff and sub-zero temperatures. But my biggest adventure was yet to come, with a visit to the Mendip Hills. Only a short drive from home but, until now, I hadn’t even picked up my keys to drive anywhere in this weather. Continue reading “Mendip Snow: February 2019”