Archive for the The Great Outdoors Category

Waverley Abbey

Every now and then, I get nostalgic for the hikes I’ve been on throughout the UK. One of my favorites involved hiking to the ruins of Waverely Abbey. You can see a favorite image below which according to friends looks like an owl’s face. Post by Ursula […]

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Climbing Ben Nevis

With God’s help, next Saturday I will be successful in my attempt to summit Ben Nevis the highest mountain in Scotland and really the entire British Isles. I’m nervous but extremely excited. Particularly as after last year’s summit of Snowdon the highest mountain in Wales, I wanted […]

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Seven Sisters

I’ve been cooped up all weekend as I came down with some sort of cold/flu and thought it best to rest with a view to recovering. Most unfortunate, as it has turned out to be a great weekend weather wise. Anyway, now that I’ve installed the new […]

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Full Moon in Daylight

After walking over 100 miles during the 21 day Fitness Challenge and then a further 12+ miles during the PunchBowl Hike, decided to take a few days off. Then this morning (around 7am), on my first day back out walking, I saw the most amazing sight. Specifically, […]

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Devil’s Punchbowl

More and more, I just love, love, love the great outdoors. And today, I went on another great hike from: Milford to Haslemere, Surrey. All total, walked about 13 miles in search of Devil’s Punchbowl a large hollow of dry sandy heath to the west of Hindhead […]

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