Geocaching at Alport Castles

Having received a needs maintenance log for my blog from a helpful twitter stalker, it seems I’m overdue in keeping the virtual world updated with my calamitous caching exploits. Not wanting to deprive my adoring fans, all two of you, (Hi mum!) here’s the next instalment of my rather tame birthday bash in the peak district. Once more the weather was shocking, but it’s winter, … Continue reading Geocaching at Alport Castles

Kissing goodbye to my 30s – Rowtor Rocks and Mam Tor

Hmm So. That 40 Things list. Did I mention blog more, then fall off the face of the earth? With hindsight, top of the list should have been: Survive January. All 4793 years of it. Boy did that mofo drag on, anyway what doesn’t kill you makes you alcohol dependent, medicated, stronger. Apparently. *Dusts self down.* A few additions have since made the list, still plenty to challenge, … Continue reading Kissing goodbye to my 30s – Rowtor Rocks and Mam Tor

Guest Post: Bleaklow Geocaching Adventures

This week I have a guest post from Mark who blogs over at Over the years I’ve received numerous delightful messages to say that I’ve inspired people to go out and try their very own geocaching adventure. Mark was also curious about my geo-ramblings and so whilst we were undertaking The Yorkshire Three Peaks Challenge a quick diversion was made to show him what it was all … Continue reading Guest Post: Bleaklow Geocaching Adventures

Holidays, Hills and Hunger.

School’s out for summer half term and we were off camping again.  Not wild this time.  Much more in my comfort zone.  My fancy floral number that took a whole lot of eye batting and pouting for Mr muddy to agree to.  Don’t you just love getting your own way?! 😉 With twinkly lights, my comfy chair, power (phew!) and even some seriously dodgy, intermittent wi-fi (I’ll … Continue reading Holidays, Hills and Hunger.