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Terrôir and Localism. What’s in it for You?

So, what is the terrôir of your adventure? Does it matter? What about the locals. Who are they? Do they matter? Terrôir is a French term that loosely relates to a “sense of place” and is usually applied to wine. In particular it applies to the unique combination of soil, aspect, sunshine and general [...]

Time to Savour And Memories To Be Treasured

Big Days! In fact, Big Big Days! I have always felt that multi-day river trips are to be enjoyed, to be savoured, to be at least as much as possible, unhurried. They are meant to be a highlight experience, rather than something to be endured. And yet the standard three day trip on the [...]

By | 2018-12-11T22:54:24+00:00 July 11th, 2018|Adventure Travel, Blog, Dories, Environment & Food, Multiday trips|0 Comments

Why Do I Feel Like This?

Nature Is So Good For The Brain When we go out into nature, Williams says, “our brains shift in a way that’s really good for our mood and health.” Normally it takes several days to get in the right space. First there is the rigging (boater talk for getting all the equipment sorted and [...]

By | 2018-12-11T22:54:32+00:00 July 3rd, 2018|Adventure Travel, Blog, Environment & Food|0 Comments