road to nowhere

Covehithe the road to nowhere

I regularly visit Covehithe the road to nowhere and today was a visit back to this windswept part of the Suffolk coastline. The plan was to walk along the cliff down [ . . . ]

Homemade wax for outdoor clothing

Hiking the Birch Forest

Hiking the Birch Forest. Today was time to head out hiking the Birch Forest.  The weather has been perfect recently for foraging for fungi so I headed out into the [ . . . ]

Foraging for edible Fungi

A day out in the woods after a very damp couple of days means foraging for edible fungi if conditions are good you are sure to find some fungi. Before [ . . . ]

Lightweight multi use hammock and tarp tents

Lightweight multi use hammock and tarp tents.  I like the idea of having a choice of whether to hang between the trees or ground dwelling when there are no trees [ . . . ]

Micro adventure wild camping on a beach

Micro adventure wild camping on a beach. I always say try to fit work around your life and not the other way around and with me working a shift pattern [ . . . ]

Dutch oven

Dutch oven Bobotie

Bobotie is a very old South African dish with probable origins in Indonesia or Malaysia. The name derives from the Indonesian “bobotok,” and the dish was likely adapted by Dutch [ . . . ]

Eagle Products 0.7l Kettle review

I’ve seen many of these kettles posted by people in Scandinavia on Instagram and always thought they look great and then a few months later there is one in the [ . . . ]

Micro Adventures

What is a micro adventure? In short it’s simple it’s a micro adventure, these micro adventures are simple to organise, cost effective, normally local, challenging, builds new skills, confirms friendship [ . . . ]

Breakfast flatbread

Breakfast flatbread: Quick little recipe this is a variation to Bannock. Bannock has been cooked over flames for many generations and still today.  Breakfast Flatbreads are easy to make and [ . . . ]