The classic British camping experience.
Category: Adventuring again
An old life revisited.
Tryfan, of course (Bwlch, not summit)
You can't stay long.
Yr Wyddfa / Snowdon – Ranger path with 3 children
Relaxing and pretty all the way down.
Not the Rhyd Ddu path: hiking in the mountains while injured (Llyn Idwal)
Silent, staring, muddy, sweaty, bug-eyed mass of monosyllables.
Pop the cork! The importance of celebrating the good times
Pop. The. Cork.
Race for Life 2019 (Penzance)
Possibly the most fun group run I've ever done.
Going up Pen Y Gogarth – The Great Orme
Fabulous. Fun. Funny. Beautiful. Easy. Gorgeous.
Places that find me
When I don't know where to turn, this is where I end up.
Running up Godolphin Hill (Godolphin Trust 10)
Very pretty little organised trail run, options on 5km or 10km.
Walking up Mount Vesuvius – vulcano e vino
I was the mother who sprinted down a volcano, trailing three kids and clutching a bottle of Lacryma Christi. Always a good look.
Brown Willy: the hill of swallows
Love Brown Willy.
Two great kids’ outdoor craft books: The Little Book of Whittling by Chris Lubkemann and Rock Art by Denise Scicluna
A couple of lovely craft books for kids.
Solstice wildness and new starts.
Running with 500 people – Remembrance Day 2018
Running till your legs give way beneath you teaches you a lot about your legs.