Afternoon hike – Ben A’an

A sunny morning in Glasgow - so Adele and I decide to go for a wee jolly up Ben A'an. Reasons being - I've never been up Ben A'an before, it is small enough to do in a short afternoon and Adele told me she'd never climbed a hill before. Say what! I'd heard about … Continue reading Afternoon hike – Ben A’an

Dear sports marketing, please ditch the f**king models

The women who become role models to us, and the women who SHOULD become role models to us are two very different people. Most of the time we don't even notice - but how does this fair up for generations to come... the kids who are going to be thrown into the whirlwind of social … Continue reading Dear sports marketing, please ditch the f**king models

The Arrochar Alps in December

The Arrochar alps โ€“ sitting quietly in the midst of surrounding giants. Blue sky and views that stretch forever, glistening icicles, frozen burns and that iconic rock formation iced with heavy coats of white. The Cobbler in December!The best thing about winter hill walking in Scotland is unpredictability. The worst thing about winter hill walking … Continue reading The Arrochar Alps in December

Ice Buzz – Christmas Water Sports

A cold Christmas? It defiantly was for me; I feel the cold... unlike my three older brothers who seem to have built up an impressive immunity. Our holidays began with Christmas and Boxing day on the Isle of Bute at our Dads. With lots of relations on the island, we are really lucky to have … Continue reading Ice Buzz – Christmas Water Sports

Bothy Culture

First Bothy adventure of the year - UAGS Unless approached by sea, Uags Bothy is at the end of an extremely boggy scramble from Toscaig (south of Applecross). We (Callum, Ewan and I) did plan to paddle there in sea kayaks - launching from my mums front garden in Kishorn and exploring the coast line … Continue reading Bothy Culture