Monthly Archives: February 2014

The Northumberland Nemesis

I heard a crack and a grunt from behind me as Ranger tripped over a root or something.  I turned to check his recovery, when I remembered … Ranger was in front of me.  I turned forward again and saw him standing about 10 meters ahead, with head tipped back, sniffing the air. “You smell […]

Pushing Boundaries

I’m going to cross the barrier between hikers and powered vehicle enthusiasts.  I’m going to break the time honoured tradition, the rift between the Hatfields and McCoys , Bond and Goldfinger, Lord Athol Layton and Haystack Calhoun (showing my age), Rambo and … well, everybody, the Montagues and Capulets, Whoa !  Where’d that come from […]

Life With a Little Sister

It’s still  Winter!!  Looking out my ‘window to the world’ it’s snowing again!  It’s cold enough out there to freeze the you know what’s off a brass monkey!  The Accent is still buried in snow…it can stay there for a few more days as I’m not needing to go anywhere any time soon!  Yes, I’m […]

Windy Ridge Conservation Area (Lindsay) Review

***Please click on this link Map Locations of ALL Trails on this Site to view a map with the location of every trail “2oldguyswalking” has written a review on.*** Windy Ridge Conservation Area review “Heay !  There’s a star on the GPS map coming up” I told Ranger.  “And a star means … ?” Ranger […]