I bought this pack for a holiday in Canada. I wanted something that would hold my camera (A7RV) with either; 16-35 or 24-105 lens attached with room for the other lens to be stored within. I also wanted enough space in the top compartment for a jacket, sunglasses, memory cards etc. The bag design and
Some pictures from a social camp before I returned home to Scotland at the end of May 2021.Jon and I walked up from Brat Tor car park with Robin and Shelby arriving later in the eveing.
The walk and camp was purely a social, something very much needed following on from lockdowns and being stuck to a routine of short local walks. May 2021.The initial plan was to meet people in Belstone and walk out from there. Belstone has a good-sized car park but on this occasion, it was packed due
As I am sure many people have, I have felt the strain mentally over the last twelve or so months. Not only due to covid but, being made redundant, starting a business and then a new job. Keeping a diary was one way to help myself offload stress and anxiety and I found the best
So its 2020, Covid 19 Lockdown has lifted and I managed to travel down to Devon to see my family for the first time in months. I wanted to catch up with friends as well and what better way to do that, than with a small hike and camp. This was only a short walk
I’m sure I am not the only one that has rather a lot of pegs, all different types, sizes and styles. But which do you prefer and, which do you find perform the best for you personally? I generally carry 6 Easton Golds, 6 Ground Hogs and some smaller pins or nails for inners or additional
A new job, a completely evolved office. With the new job, I needed to change the office around. The requirements were completely different from hardware to space. At the beginning I was intending to keep my trusty iMac and simply have personal on one side, work on the other. This soon became annoying and uncomfortable.
In early April 2020, with the Covid pandemic only just taking hold of the UK and areas around the world, my colleagues and I received news that the Air Ambulance we worked for was entering a redundancy consultation for all staff.I had worked at Capital for coming up to five years, others for over twenty
It had been a long time coming and finally dates aligned lockdown had lifted allowing outdoor meetings and activity. I have been talking to Peter Dixon for quite some time, he's is very experienced and knows the Lakes exceptionally well. We had tried to meet up a few times in the past but never managed.
Not a wild camp but a thoroughly enjoyable day. Headed out with a mate to the Pentland Hills for a day hike. The scenery is stunning and the views are pretty amazing for the height. The was hardly any littler about, quite a few people but everyone being sensible as well as polite.I would recommend