This bit is interesting
On exercise, the guidance lists driving to the countryside for a walk as "reasonable" if "far more time" is spent walking than driving.
But it adds that driving for a "prolonged period with only brief exercise" is not reasonable.
That would appear...
Daughter and I took to the high ground today as the tide wasn't suitable to walk the beach .
As we watched some seagulls getting fidgety above the water about half a mile out up popped a dolphin . Too far away for any sort of picture but it was great to see it and anticipate when and where it...
Few pictures from last weeks walk before our current restrictions. Beinn dubhchraig was our chosen hill just south of Tyndrum.
First view of our hill.
Put a link to a wee video above. Hope you get it.
Well when the rivers to big to fish it’s always worth a bash on the burns for me it sure beats stocky bashing , the fish are small but so are there living conditions and there can be the chance of a larger fish or even maybe a sea trout.
To wet and windy for drys we opted for two wets , kate...
Took the dog for a walk up the Teign above Fingle Bridge. This is a view of Drogo pool which is below Castle Drogo. I believe that the structure on the left is a casting platform. I'm told that when there was a significant run of salmon and sea trout up the Teign this was one of the best pools...
Hi all, i am after some advice about a problem i have with my Jack Russell.
My dog is 8 years old and has always had issues with the noise from fireworks and thunder storms, but soon became ok again when the noise was over.
However, due mainly i think to a bird scarer going off near to home, he...
Although its a couple of weeks ago, I have finally downloaded some pictures of a few days hol in North West England.
Was hoping for some decent trout fishing as a minimum but had to make the most of it in the hot drought conditions !
Main highlights were
A walk along Striding edge, up...
With the river being coloured and a distinct lack of fish at the minute anyway, decided to go to good old Donegal for the day. Headed through Letterkenny, Kilmacrennan, Creeslough, Marble Hill and Dunfanaghy.
Stopped off at Ards forest park for a walk along the beaches and the friary for a...
Managed a couple of lovely walks on 2 bright days just after Christmas.
First a walk down the Wharfe and then up onto the moors and Simon's Seat.
Then a walk over Pen y Ghent, Plover Hill and down to Foxup and back past Hull Pot.
Thought I would share this selfie from two years ago, I was trying to retrieve the fly when I fell in and set off my life vest!!. I had to walk about like "the michellin man" for the rest of the session because I didn`t know how to let the air out it. :D:mad: