Love being in the moors and mountains, backpacking, dogs, travelling generally. Favourite place in the world - Yosemite National Park. Primary school teacher and ex Mountain Rescue Deputy Team Leader. Married to Geoff, who puts up with all sorts.
- @jdcnorden @pixiepippi I used to have horses too, you can't train them about poo any more than you can cats. 1 hour ago
- @pixiepippi @jdcnorden You're right. They're not all responsible. Don't have an answer to that either. But I know we are. 1 hour ago
- @pixiepippi @jdcnorden I wasn't trying to get at you Claire, but I do understand that I don't like clearing cat poo… twitter.com/i/web/status/8… 1 hour ago
- @dribelad @GeoffCrowther1 @akkw1803 @FellBound @Rye1966 @omm_mike Invisible tweeting. 1 hour ago
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Category Archives: Bits and Pieces
It was that time of year again. The time when the TGOC folk hold the annual Snake Inn Gathering, and the Pieman – being one of The Gatherers – ventures south. A few years back whilst in the area, he … Continue reading
Pebbles had received some very nifty new panniers at Christmas, but hadn’t yet tried them out properly. It was time we made the effort. After studying the MWIS forecast in some detail, Friday night looked like a good bet. The … Continue reading
Kielder might not be the most exciting place in the outdoor world, but nevertheless, I do have a soft spot for it. For one, it was the first place I ever took my special Dixie wild camping. Consequently, we often … Continue reading
After many years of faffing and moaning (I’m very fussy) I feel as though I’ve finally sorted a pillow arrangement for backpacking, that suits me brilliantly: Take one Exped air pillow (84g). A Western Mountaineering Down pillow (89g) with half … Continue reading
It was that TGOC meal weekend again, at the Snake Inn. Mike Knipe has been over to visit us before when he’s ventured down south for beer and last year he wanted to bag Shutlingsloe whilst here, so we organised … Continue reading
Luckily for us, the couple who originally bought Islay off the breeeder decided after three weeks that they no longer wanted her, and sent her back. Now, she’s our little treasure. Forever.