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The Scottish Highlands In Our House On Wheels

Jase and I have visited Scotland numerous times and have always loved it – known for its charming cottages tucked in the hills, amid the Highland cows and deer grazing in a valley below a big sky full of drama. Our neighbouring country possesses some of Western Europe’s largest wildernesses, which we have roamed extensively […]

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15 May – 15 June 2021 – The Scottish Highlands in our House Truck

Photography by Jason Spafford I’ve always been fond of Scotland, our near-faraway neighbour, famed for its white-painted dollhouses nestled in the hillside, among red deer grazing in a lush green glen. There are likely more sheep than people, chewing the cud on the rush pasture amid bright bursts of yellow gorse bushes. There’s often a […]

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14-30 Sept 2019 – The Faroe Islands: the nearest faraway place I’ve visited

At the tail-end of Hurricane Dorian, a fierce wind battered our ferry as we pitched and rolled through the chop, blown into a white-capped frenzy. As water smacked against us, there was little choice but to ride the waves of nausea after embarkation in Denmark. Two days of being tossed up and down in the […]

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27 Jul-13 Sept 2019 – Nordkapp, European brown bears and hold your tongue, Jason!

There is nothing more criminal than waste, and there’s nothing worse than wasting time. With that at the forefront, Norway was soon wrapped up in a calming night at Kannesteinen Rock. Followed by a warm reunion on the Atlantic Ocean Road with dear biking friends, Mel and Greg. After which, we reached our trip’s first […]

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