Recently I’ve been becoming more and more interested in Ale, craft beer and brewing in general. I know very little about the brewing process and have been wanting to find out more about what goes into making beer (on a small and large scale). A brewery tour is definitely on the books to get a bit more knowledge on the topic, but I’d thought a great way to learn more about brewing would be to actual brew my own…View Post
This category is for all the landlubbers out there, it contains all the adventures you can have without getting your feet wet! Come here for hiking, camping, outdoor cooking and all the other great activities you can take part in around Cornwall.
They say that the wheel is man’s greatest invention, this has got to include Skateboard wheels. Skateboard wheels come in pretty much one shape (duh! They’re wheels, they’ve gotta be round!) but in many different sizes and hardnesses. Size is what’s called diameter, which means how tall the wheel is and is measured in millimeters (mm) for skating wheels. The other information you need to be thinking about is hardness. Most wheels use the a-scale. It doesn’t really matter…View Post
Bronzemoon outdoors is a website that is becoming vastly terrible for my bank balance, I’ve recently had another impulse-buy in the shape of the Bushmaster Survival Axe. I’ve always been a big fan of bushcraft and survival specialists like Ray Mears and Bear Grylls; this axe definitely looks like something they would use. Unfortunately / fortunately I don’t travel around barren landscapes like they do, but I do enjoy a bit of wild camping and alike. As you can…View Post
As a Cornishman I feel as though I have a natural affinity for mining. This feeling was increased after I bought this miners light style headlight from Bronzemoon Outdoors. The headlight is uber bright. I’ve been using it this week while looking after my dad chickens and it’s paid dividends. Going up in the dark to close up all the chicken coups has been made super easy with this headlamp, as it leaves both hands free to lock up…View Post
I love fire. Not in a scary pyromaniac sort of way. Just that basic neanderthal instinct which I think every person has deep down. It’s a great time for fires and outdoor cooking; Autumn, bonfires, dark evenings and fireworks night. I’ve recently decided to treat myself to a few new bits of outdoor cooking gear. I found a great site called Not On The High Street. The items I bought were a Steel Bucket BBQ, a fire cooking utensil…View Post