I’ve completed the write-up of my Skye Trail journal. You can find it here: Lonewalker’s Skye Trail Journal 2012 Please feel free to leave comments or questions below.
All May 2012 Posts
I reviewed these boots on the request of Go Outdoors, my favourite walking equipment emporium and despite my usual avarice for any new walking equipment I almost turned them down.
A little while ago – when I was part way through my training for the Skye Trail – I volunteered to join a team of challenge walkers. They were entering
Many weeks ago, during our own separate preparations, Pete and I had arranged to meet up on the section of path between Dalavil and Ord. it would be his first
I set out on the final day of the Skye Trail without the assistance of my brother, which was more upsetting than I thought it would be. I got to
Day seven dawned – well we assumed it dawned, we couldn’t actually see the sun and the wind was blowing a force seven at least; the waves were throwing themselves
Something strange had happened overnight. As we left the house this morning we noticed that something resembling a huge grey blanket had obscured the sun! We were both shocked and
Inevitably, the start of each day now gets further and further from our base of operations and as such we have to get up earlier and set out earlier. The
After the short day of yesterday we had a whole afternoon relaxing and generally mooching around the croft, mostly waiting for 8pm and the Big Match kick off. Possibly the
I’m falling behind in my updates. It doesn’t help that I can only send updates from the pub in Portree, as that seems to have the most reliable WiFi signal.
Day three dawned with a slight change in the weather; overcast with distance blue skies and a chill wind coming in from the north, which suited my direction of travel