BREAKING IN LEATHER HIKING BOOTS | BRASHER COUNTRY MASTER

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I often talk about boots that are comfortable “straight from the box”, that is, with little or no breaking in required. It’s something of an advantage of the lighter mesh and material boots – if you choose a traditional leather … Continued

36 HOURS IN ORIGINAL SHREWSBURY

posted in: Outdoors, Travel | 15

I consider myself pretty well travelled when it comes to the UK. We lived in several different towns as a family and holidayed in the UK (mostly camping). While I have also come to love travel abroad, I still enjoy … Continued

Rome: A Last Minute City Break

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It turns out that there aren’t such things as last minute deals any more. Not in the way I remember, anyway. A few years back we walked into a Travel Agent a couple of weeks before we were due to go on … Continued

Road Trip to Norfolk to See the Sea

posted in: Competition, Outdoors, Photography, Travel | 10

Next year I will be undertaking one massive road trip – a trip of a life time – riding through some of the most iconic places in America on a Harley Davidson motorbike. I can’t wait. Really. It is going … Continued

Weight Watchers: Carefree Eating and Special Occasions

posted in: Health & Fitness, Personal | 0

I’m told that sometimes we all need a break. Whether it’s from work, from chores, from exercise, from anything and everything. Well this week, it is fair to say, I have taken a break from Weight Watchers. For various reasons … Continued