Autumn is Better Than Summer

Summer. It’s such a lie. Grey drizzle prevails throughout June. The sun makes a cameo appearance one icy, blustery day in July, and everyone in Scotland takes off their clothes. We shiver stubbornly, on beaches and in parks, across hills and glens. We go swimming in lochs, and get out quickly and pretend that we’re... Continue Reading →

Autumn is Here. A Guide to Staying Warm

Summer has scarpered, and a couple of days of waking to steely-grey dullness and feeling a little like this: has alerted me to the approach of autumn.  This means getting winter boots road-worthy, digging out the ol' dad jumper (I have an absolute beauty) and putting in the effort now, so that by the time winter rolls... Continue Reading →

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