Exped

22 Jul 19
cyclinginthesixthdecade

Monday 24th June 2019 The day dawned bright and sunny despite the weather forecast and the three of us were on the road at 9.00am after a super breakfast. Kj had decided to accompany us up the lake until we got safely over the bridge. Local knowledge is always an advantage and he took us […]

22 Jul 19
News Directory

Before “Netflix and chill” came the cultural lexicon, before it goes to the public for the public's appetite for the internet. It has been recently released from the Qwikster debacle – an aborted by tomato-pelting over a subscription price hike. “The House of Cards” t “House of Cards,” horror series t show from “Weeds” creator […]

22 Jul 19
Freedom of Land Association

To this day, I still don’t know your last name. But, it maybe for the best. I still remember first exped when you got really angry at me for missing breakfast. And for that, I take full responsibility. You see it’s the small details that gets me. Whether it’s showing on time or engaging in […]

20 Jul 19
Around the hills

This is Part 1 of my write-up of my participation in the Mountain Bothies Association work party to renovate Leacraithnaich bothy in April//May 2019.  It’s a long, rambling story, so if you’re only really interested in the bothy part of the tale you might want to wait for Part 2. In May, most years, I […]

19 Jul 19
Erik Normark

This list is stuff that I usually bring on a weeks summer trip in the wild, when I want to go light. Clothes (on and packed) Short underwear, cotton 2 Long johns, wool Long sleeve underwear, thin wool 2  (or cotton shirts on warm trips) Long sleeve, thick wool Fleece shirt Trousers, windproof (Fjällräven Karl) […]

19 Jul 19
E-Corps Expeditions Inc.

Sorry for the delay in posts and I can’t blame technology this time. But it was accidental and self inflicted concussion protocol. As all my teacher buds know this limits screen times. Yes but my graceless nature had nothing to do with it. Simply Washington quality mud. I was at the edge of the road, near […]

15 Jul 19
Heather Lawrenz

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12 Jul 19
The Irish Odyssey 2020

Unless you’ve been living under a rock, it’s hard to miss the messages about reducing waste and living within our means, and we all know we should be doing more about it. It’s one thing to get your recycling bin out on time, however we really should be striving to reduce the amount of stuff […]

12 Jul 19

I have Montbell down clothing. At the time of purchase it was about the lightest and most economical I could find – I am also more than happy with the build quality and its durability (considering its extreme lightness) over the years. I carry a ‘Superior Down’  jacket and a vest, weighing approx 200 + […]

10 Jul 19
Walking the Wainwrights

Well we did it! —it actually took us 8 months — starting on the 28th October 2018 and finishing on the 30th June 2019. We both enjoyed it – some days more than others…….. we were always positive and never once thought that we wouldn’t complete them in one year and were grateful in the […]

10 Jul 19
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10 Jul 19
Latest Trending Market Research Reports

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07 Jul 19
Bicycle Adventure Club

Bicycle Adventure Club Head off to Cycle Sustrans National Cycle Network Route 72, also known as Hadrian’s Cycleway. However, the Lake District stands in the way of the start of the route in Ravenglass.

Will they make it over Wrynose Pass & Hardknott Pass before heading off towards Newcastle?

Mary’s sole source of Roman knowledge is: Monty Python’s Life of Brian. What more do you need to know?

07 Jul 19
Karma AT2019

First major gear failure. (Or second, really. I feel the loss of that windbreaker every time a mosquito bites me or I start to sweat like a squeezed sponge under my rain jacket.) Last night, my Exped mat popped a baffle. Literally: pop! This is ungood. I’m stupid; I forgot these Exped mats do this, […]

07 Jul 19
South West Scotland Explorer Belt Romania 2019

With our lodging at the Leaders house coming to a close, we prepared to head out and make way to Brasov. To do this, we decided that we would try the railway in order to get used to it for later on during the exped. To say the least, it was an adventure. We didn’t […]

06 Jul 19
E-Corps Expeditions Inc.

Lewis and Clark Caverns State  in Whitehall Montana, was remote and provided fantastic views of the surrounding mountains. There was a fast flowing river below and cliffs behind. The bird activity would prove to be phenomenal. I did not expect to check two birds off my lifetime list in this remote area of Montana but […]