Walpole bay tidal pool and silver medal

Walpole bay tidal pool and silver medal

We spent a large chunk of the weekend in Margate at the East Invictas development gala. Abbie and Harry both got PBs and Harry won the Silver medal for the 200m Freestyle – Brilliant effort  x 2 I hate being inside a pool on a sunny day so afterwards we went to...
Hythe Ranges

Hythe Ranges

There was a cease fire at the ranges yesterday so we took the opportunity to explore the ‘wildest’ beach in Hythe. You need to check the timetable and double check there is no red flag flying and the range boat is not patrolling; then you are free to walk...
From summit to sea part 1

From summit to sea part 1

Firstly before anyone accuses me of plagiarism the title of this blog was based on a microadventure described in Alastair Humphreys’ book…… (I love his book!!) One of the highest hills beyond Hythe is Summerhouse hill – at 148m (above sea...
Protected: Sun Salutation

Protected: Sun Salutation

I have been teaching Abbie and Harry the Sun Salutation over the last couple of weeks – we felt it was about time we tried a ‘real’ sun salutation. Not to be put off by the heavy frost we took the yoga mats into the garden and found the best spot to...
Waterblog

Waterblog

Waterblog Inspired by Roger Deakin’s Waterlog, Abbie and I are going to write our own Waterlog, however we have decided on a new name, Waterblog. We really liked this quote in Deakin’s book “Water is H2O, hydrogen two parts, oxygen one, but there is...

#nanoadventures

Nano- extremely small, minute This morning Abbie and I took Alastair Humphreys’ Microadventure concept one stage further and created ‘Nanoadventures‘!! This is a really small adventure to try when you don’t have time for a microadventure; for...