Monthly Archives: May 2017

Dickies Hereford Fleece Jacket – Gear Review

Dickies is a name I have always associated with workwear – heavy-duty trousers and steel toecap boots. It is not a brand that I would think of with regards to outdoor walking gear. I was proved wrong when I received an email asking if I would like to review one of their fleeces.

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15 Litre Hydration Rucksack – Gear Review

From reading my blog you’ll know that I day-hike all distances; from 6 mile meanders with the dog to 41 mile personal challenges. Every season of the year. I have a lot of great kit but something that was missing from my “must have” list was a compact rucksack.

The people at Trespass contacted me and asked if I would like to review some of their excellent outdoor kit,

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  • David Martin on Red Lake China Clay WalkHi Malcolm , love your dogs name . I’m always looking for unspoilt parts of devon and Cornwall for my photography and came across this little lake and read your
  • Peter Cornish on Huntingdon Warren Clapper Bridge – Dartmoor WalksHaving done a very similar walk in May 2017 while camping just off your route, your photos and videos are superb and very evocative. Next time you're round there have
  • Gavin Evans on Huntingdon Warren Clapper Bridge – Dartmoor WalksWe drove across Dartmoor last summer en route to Cornwall and my wife and I chatted about the merits of hiking in the area. Having seen this post, I think
  • Mick Norman on Heading North to The South DownsGood stuff, but please: 'white cliffs' - not 'white-cliffs'! Where did you get the hyphen from? Dame Vera would have a fit, which would probably kill her.
  • christina Murtagh on Walking Wicklow – Bray HeadHi Malcolm, glad you enjoyed this walk,have you tried the Howth cliff walk,maybe next time? I would love to walk in the South Downs sometime,do you lead walks? I am
  • Paul Jonsson on Walking The Wey South PathHi Malcolm, thanks for this, some great pictures! This is a very handy walk for my Woking base so I walked it in September, trying to do it in one
  • barry goodchilg on South Downs Churchill Tank – Sleeping GiantHi Malcolm, As a Duke of Edinburgh leader using this part of the south downs for expeditions I give my young people the grid reference for the tank as a
  • Sharon on Heading North to The South DownsHi there I am doing the southdowns way from Eastbourne to alfriston with food stop in between. From reading your blog the accent from Eastbourne to beachy head is v
  • Dave Gosling on Burrator Reservoir – Dartmoor WalksHello, Although I am from Devon, I have never walked around Burrator, to my disgust. I do love walking around Venford Resevoir near Holne though. Is it possible to walk
  • Jane on South Downs Churchill Tank – Sleeping GiantThank you for this post. We found the tank tonight following your instructions. It was an amazing experience.

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