A lost generation is seemingly what we have in our teenagers. More focused on tablets, iPhones, TVs and computer games. I, for one, want to make sure this doesn’t happen to my children and would rather they had a childhood of mud and the great outdoors. At least give them the opportunities to explore the … Continue reading Nature needs a future – it’s up to us
There's not a lot to say on the subject in question. Simply put, there is nothing better than spending time with you family. A weekend's fishing with my boy was amazing. I just hope that he learns to love the Countryside like I do.
It's easy to imagine having children and saying "they will be feral and love the great outdoors!" It won't naturally happen. You have to at least give them a fighting chance to love the great outdoors and become the feral mud splattered children you hope for. The ones that choose tackle box over x-box. We … Continue reading A Countryside Childhood – Life on the water’s edge
She said "just one more photo"... In an attempt to show support for my wife's passion in photography, I graciously agreed to a three day stint at Badminton Horse Trials. This was payback for all the fishing and shooting that I do and she, in this moment, holds that against me! Being honest, this is … Continue reading Photography Widower – She said “Just one more photo”…