It’s been a good long while since this blog has seen an update. Sorry! But rest assured, I haven’t slacked off completely. Much of the content I’ve been writing over …[ Read More → ]
Well, it won’t be a white Christmas for us this year…
But how could we begrudge the distinctly unwintry weather enjoyed during our Solstice Family Campout, down in southern New Mexico’s Organ Mountains – so named for their distinctive, cylindrical granite flutes that …[ Read More → ]
To those who may be interested, this blog will be jumpstarted back to life when I return from Mongolia. That’s just 10 days from now.
In the meantime, I’ve been sharing snippets of the journey via my Instagram feed. You can check up …[ Read More → ]
For this little nugget of a ride, we dipped into Bristol’s pretty greenbelt fringes, making our way to the petite and idyllic Bourton Coombe. On a carpet of wild garlic – and possibly amongst a family of fairies – we enjoyed …[ Read More → ]
I admit to a near perpetual yearning for the next big trip; travel hopes and aspirations are forever poking and prodding into the more foreign nooks and crannies of my mind. But if truth be told, I’m often more than happy …[ Read More → ]
Manizales – Villa Maria – Potosí – Laguna del Otún – Potosí – Cabañas de Brisas – Termalez de Ruiz – Manizales
There’s just time to squeeze in one more bikepack before I head back to New Mexico…
Lying a few hundred kilometres west of …[ Read More → ]
Given that I aim to fund my travels as best I can by working from the road, I carry a relatively vast collection of electronic devices. It’s by far the heaviest part of my setup and somewhat at odds with the …[ Read More → ]
In the Reserva Ecológica El Ángel, on Ecuador’s border with Colombia, a legion of velvet-leafed frailejón appear and disappear in the páramo mist, as it rises and falls across the tundra like an ocean tide.
I ride alone, stopping to rattle off photographs whenever …[ Read More → ]