4 ways you can really save the planet

4 ways you can really save the planet

When people think going eco what usually comes to mind is turning off the tap when you brush your teeth, reducing your plastic usage and recycling your tin cans. While all these are great habits to help our planet they are merely a drop in the ocean. It makes sense to...
5 ways to make your adventure eco-friendly

5 ways to make your adventure eco-friendly

It’s impossible to travel and explore without having some kind impact on the planet. But by making a few conscious choices we can massively reduce the carbon footprint and damage we leave behind. Here are 5 easy ways you can make your adventure eco-friendly. #1 Make...
#7 Kicking the States; it all just stopped being fun

#7 Kicking the States; it all just stopped being fun

We had a really lovely stay with Stephanie. She’d heard about our scoot because she’s in the Love Her Wild group and had offered to host us for a rest day which was hugely appreciated. She lived in a town called Eureka (yep!) which has a huge mansion, an old...
#6 Kicking the States; a run in with a bear and Big Foot

#6 Kicking the States; a run in with a bear and Big Foot

I had a pretty restless nights sleep at our beachside campsite. Waking up at 12.30am to do a morning radio interview for BBC Solent in the U.K. didn’t help. But I also had some pain in my kidneys and bladder (symptoms of my UTI) which wasn’t nice. I’d started...
#5 Kicking the States; the dreaded UTI

#5 Kicking the States; the dreaded UTI

We’d settled on a route that went south from Portland inland and then cut West to join the coast following the 36 road. People kept telling us how big the hills were and how dangerous the road was via this route. I had started to dread the 2 day, 120km stretch we had...
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