Rob Roy Way | Day 4
Strathyre was quiet this morning when we arrived. Yesterday there was a hive of activity, with children in school uniform playing, people coming and going from the shop and the A84 with cars, vans and trucks of all sizes rumbling along. Being autistic places can sometimes feel busier than they
John o' Groats to Lands End Association Presentation Dinner
We had the privilege to spend the weekend with the Land's End to John o' Groats Association in Torquay, for their annual presentation dinner. We heard heartbreaking stories of people's journeys, made new friends and had the honour of receiving two awards. It was an evening we will never forget!
Great Trossachs Path | Day 4
Today we completed the Great Trossachs Path! Approximately 30 miles and the first of Scotland’s Great Trails. It felt brilliant to reach our first milestone of this adventure, and on such an beautiful day. Only 28 trails and 1870 miles left to go 😂 The scenery was seriously impressive, giving
Great Trossachs Path | Day 2
Evening everyone It was a beautiful and atmospheric day to be hiking in the forest. The forest was spectacular and silent, with only the only sound being the burns gently cascading through the trees. We however walked along singing Christmas songs such as Last Christmas by Wham. Not quite as
The day before we set out on our 1900 miles 2023 charity adventure and challenge
It's been an exciting and surreal day. We spent the day getting ready to start our epic hike tomorrow. 1900 miles, 29 different trails and a whole year of hiking and backpacking await. We will be crisscrossing Scotland from coast to mountain, and back again. We can't wait! Eve has
A few questions answered
Evening everyone Thank you for all your awesome comments and messages about our Scotland’s Great Trails charity fundraiser we are starting soon. We have received lots of messages of support and loads of questions. Thank you! I’m going to try to answer 5 of the most common questions
Lauren Laverne BBC Radio Interview (transcript) - 17th Oct 2022
Lauren: We’ve got the perfect booking today, Ian Alderman, who, at the moment, with his 8 year old daughter Eve, is on a UK backpacking journey from Dunnet Head in Scotland to Lizard Point in Cornwall to raise awareness of autism and the challenge associated with stereotypes around that.