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The Dales Way – Annes Way

The  Yorkshire Dales Way starts in the spa town of Ilkley following mostly riverside paths with the odd hill chucked in to keep the heart rate pumping and finishes in Bowness on Windermere,the shores of England’s largest lake, appropriately named Lake Windermere! It will on average take you  6 days to walk the route taking… Read more »


  A few days spent on the Northumberland coast,the newly formed England coastal path; the longest in the world, now nestled in its history and tales of the past Seahouses This small fishing village didnt exist until 1889 when a harbour was built to support local fishing industries,now given way to tourism and boat tours… Read more »

Nature in Mind

  The month of April takes  its name from the Latin word, aperire meaning to ‘open’  flowers begin to open up,buds appear on trees,no longer  silhouette’s stripped bare in the winter months,  dark and naked  shadow’s  on the skyline, but   now preparing  for the warmer month’s, “a new look”one of  colour  that will dance in… Read more »

Melissa and Sam

Burnsall Weaving in and out of farmers field climbing stiles over drystone walls which bend,twist ,fall and rise over 5000 miles of the Yorkshire Dales  myself ,Melissa and Sam the dog headed  back down the valley into Burnsall , reflecting on what Melissa had learnt from that first day on Ilkley Moor to where she was… Read more »

Fife Coastal Path

It always take me a day or so to get settled in when I’m away from home for a few days walking  new ground ,a bit like the first day of your holidays having a’ nosey’ seeing where everything is, getting to know the place.When out walking you obviously move on from day to day… Read more »