Twenty Years after bagging my first Munro, I headed back to The Highlands of Scotland in the company of my eldest Son, Benjamin. Here's what we got up to.
I have a question about the economics of fuel prices, and I’m sure one of you clever folks will be able to help. I was just reading the BBC News website, and saw this story predicting that UK fuel
A popular photograph of a sandy Australian beach
Some thoughts that occurred to me during, or following, a week's holiday in Cornwall: Cornwall is a long way from Leeds, especially with a toddler in the car. Stopping over half way was a good idea.Driving from Leeds to
0822: I think I was a little over-cautious regarding my travel arrangements. I'm supposed to be pitching up at the office at 0930 for my first day, yet here I am already, killing time by having a coffee a few
1. I had a routine eye test today, and was told that my eyesight has improved since my last test (10th December 2004). I didn't realise that was even possible! 2. Driving home this evening, across a low-visibility intersection
We joined the National Trust yesterday. How grown-up does that make me feel?! I'd like to say that I did this as a purely unselfish act in a desire to support the conservation of Britain's heritage, but really I just
We had a day out in Harrogate today, during which I saw two signs which confused me a little. Firstly, en route there was a sign which read "For Wetherby Follow Existing Signs". Which got me wondering what the possible