Monthly Archives: November 2016

A SHORT WINTER WALK IN THE PENTLAND HILLS

The Pentland Hills lie just past the city boundary on the south side of Edinburgh and are a popular place for people of the city to walk, get fresh air, and enjoy some time out of town at the weekends.

JUST GET YOUR SHOES ON, THE JOYS OF CYCLING IN WINTER

A long time ago, around this time of year, I remember chatting to a friend over coffee about our cycling and saying how difficult it was to get out in the winter. The days were grey and overcast, leaves on

EDINBURGH BICYCLE CO-OPERATIVE, AN EXAMPLE OF GREAT DISABILITY AWARENESS

I wanted to start my reviews on a positive note because I think it is very important to show appreciation to organisations especially when it’s absolutely deserved. It is so easy to grumble, criticise and highlight where people fall short,

VISIT TO ABERLADY BAY, A HAVEN FOR BIRDS AND A COASTAL GEM

Nestled on the East Lothian coast, Aberlady Bay is a wonderful nature reserve with a staggering amount of bird life on it, and somewhere that plays host every year to tens of thousands of geese every Autumn. Aberlady Nature Reserve

8 THINGS I LEARNED FROM MY CYCLE ROUND THE OUTER HEBRIDES

If you have been to my blog before you will know that I have recently cycled the Outer Hebrides and that this has been a big achievement for me as well as a lot of challenge and fun. I thought