2019: the year in which Nature herself gave me a kick up the butt, I started writing again and my beloved photography business blossomed once more For me, 2019 was very much a finding-my-feet kind of year. My youngest child turned two in the summer, and there had been a niggling sense of ‘who am… Read More
I love hearing people’s stories. Everyone has one. Many people think that their story isn’t that interesting…or they think that nobody would be interested in hearing about it. They’re so wrong! The journalist-in-me has had this lady on my radar for a while. Two years ago she set up Little Forest Adventures in the Eversley… Read More
We’re getting there! 100 miles walked out of 184… Yup, we were back on the river. It hadn’t been easy getting out – there were birthday parties and swimming lessons, grannies visiting and little ones with coughs and colds…but it’s always like that. With six children between us, the diary is always swamped. Trying to… Read More
OK, the Thames Path isn’t exactly the wilderness! It doesn’t compare to crossing the Bayuda Desert or ascending the peaks of Nepal, but this challenge has still pushed me and Victoria out of our comfort zone. There have been moments of tenuous map reading, the scaling of inhospitable fences after taking a wrong turn, cautious… Read More
I’ve started walking the Thames river. Yup, all 184 miles of it, from it’s source in Kemble, near Cirencester to Woolwich, the steel barrier which protects London from the North Sea’s high tides and storm surges. OK sure, I’m not doing it in one go because it would take a solid 2 weeks to achieve… Read More
I’ve started walking the Thames Path.
Yup, all 184 miles of river, from it’s source in Kemble, near Cirencester
to Woolwich, the steel barrier which protects London from the North Sea’s high tides and storm surges…Read More