Women’s history and waterfalls: Cooktown delivers.
Four Perthshire walks.
Heading north to Jasper – and back again!
An unexpected detour into Idaho and our first experience of geothermal activity in Yellowstone.
On the way down from Jasper to Lake Louise, we stopped off to hike the Parker’s Ridge trail which overlooks the Saskatchewan Glacier. The weather seems to have deserted us… Read more Canadian Rockies: Lake Louise →
We had one completely dry day on our recent Lake District holiday and we used it to do a beautiful circular walk starting in Elterwater village. First, we walked alongside Elterwater… Read more Lake District walks: Elterwater circle →
New Lanark was built in the 1780s by cotton mill owner David Dale to house his workers. His son-in-law, Robert Owen, became a managing partner of New Lanark in 1800… Read more New Lanark and the Falls of Clyde →
Scottish Snapshots is a series of short posts about places I visited in 2013 but didn’t write about at the time Moffat is a lovely little town in Dumfries and Galloway.… Read more Scottish Snapshots: Moffat →
But not much. We woke to a beautiful day in Bethel, so set off for Grafton Notch again to do some of the hiking that we had deemed it too… Read more Maine rains again →
At least over Bethel today. There’s not much to do indoors here, so off we went out into it – in the car. This was planned as a hiking section… Read more In Maine it’s mainly raining… →
Well, contrary to expectations, we had a lovely day and reached the airport with no stress at all. We’ve said a sad goodbye to our trusty jeep which has got… Read more There’s gold in them thar hills – Dahlonega →
Friday 29th July, 5.30pm Back on the balcony, this time with beer and chips. An easier day today – after yesterday’s tumble we decided to limit the hiking. All the… Read more Waterfalls and Alpine Helen →