The September Calendar Challenge saw me travel down to West Devon Brent Tor, beautiful views a worthy stop off point the Car park is free and has public toilets , the walking route to the top of the Tor is well sign posted. This ended up as an eventful trip my DJI drone decided to…
It was the annual Frome Festival of Transport in September what a great day out with plenty to see and do well worth a visit in the future.
For the August Calendar Challenge the weather was spectacular it was a shame a day trip was only possible to Portland Bill but i made the most of it. Out came the Drone and I was luck to catch a Seal. Portland Bill is a great place for walkers with so many trails to follow…
Welcome to the Secret woods, I am pleased to have been able to gain access to this beautiful place for wild camping adventures.
A day out at Center Parcs Longleat Forrest, what a great day with plenty to do.
Following on from the Peakirk byway we headed further East towards the Wash, East Anglia to traverse the byway that runs from Surfleet to Fosdyke bridge. Thanks to Justin Howard
A week away in Peterborough and some more Byways ticked off, this is the first Peakirk bridge to Crowland. Thanks to Justin Howard and his drone work
The typical British summer time weather did not dampen a trip to Lacock Wiltshire for Lacock at War an event put on by The Military Vehicle Trust West Wiltshire Area MVT.
With the red danger flags missing from Artillery impact area meaning it was open to the public this was the perfect opportunity to explore Byways and military structures from the past and present. From the demolition pit to Bombard OP and the old tank target railways. Please subscribe to the YouTube Channel
Welcome back to the calendar challenge 2019, this month we venture into Somerset and to the town of Glastonbury, made famous in recent history for the music festival. We have missed that I’m afraid not sure its my thing but I’ve never been so i can’t make judgement on it. On arriving we found it…