Hot Weather Adventure Tips

This week the west coast of Scotland has been graced with what felt like endless hot sunny weather... although it has rudely come to an end now. So I am back inside for the first time in days covered in aftersun and drinking lots of water. Phew! As much as I LOVE the sun, I … Continue reading Hot Weather Adventure Tips

Two Bare Feet Review – 12ft SUP

*please note this is not a sponsored post - we bought this larger board for bigger and better adventures Two Bare Feet Sport Air 12'0 x 6" Inflatable SUP It's been almost a year since I first got my SUP board from Two Bare Feet, which is a smaller 10ft board. It is perfect for … Continue reading Two Bare Feet Review – 12ft SUP

Ad(van)tures Pending

RIP Rusty - The search for a new van begins Summer is approaching... slowly! And the search has begun for a new family van, because our loved and 'trusted' red T4 kicked the bucket last year... due to summer exhaustion. I say family van; its my mums - she is the poor soul who has … Continue reading Ad(van)tures Pending

The Arrochar Alps in December

The Arrochar alps – 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

ART ON THE WALL

It has been 8 months since I graduated from art school; and after a bit of an art snooze I've finally started painting and drawing again. The one thing I struggled with at uni was being pushed to create work under briefs that I wasn't necessarily inspired by. Of course, it did teach me to … Continue reading ART ON THE WALL

5 stars for The Fairmont

Admittedly I do not play golf, but I do absolutely love St Andrews. My gran lives in the centre of St Andrews and for the last few years I have become fairly familiar with the area through friends at University there, and weekend trips to eat scones and gossip with my fabulous Gran! The town … Continue reading 5 stars for The Fairmont