Posts from our trips, in journal order
Unlike blog posts which are presented to you with the newest first, if you click on a trip below, you will get all the posts for a single trip in the order they were written, oldest to newest, like reading a journal.
Reading in journal order, most trips have more than one post. At the bottom of a post, before the comments, look for the link to the next post.
2018 The Rhône Cycle Route—from the source of the Rhône in Switzerland to the Camargue in Southern France where the Rhône flows in to the Mediterranean Sea.
2018 Crossing France on the EV6 route—from the Atlantic Coast of France to Basel Switzerland.
2015 The North Sea Cycle Route—a three-month 5000 km ride around the North Sea taking us through eight countries.
2013 Turkey to Vienna—a ride Roy did in Turkey, Greece, Croatia, Hungary, Slovenia and Austria, ending in Vienna where he joined Inge to ride to the Netherlands.
2019 GR5 France—Roy and Inge’s five week hike through the French Alps from Lake Geneva to the Mediterranean Sea via the GR5 and GR52. A repeat of our 2011 walk with some route variations.
2018 Offa’s Dyke—Roy’s walk along a path that follows the border between Wales and England
2016 Camino Frances, Spain—Inge’s walk from St. Jean Pied de Porte in France, across Spain to Santiago and on to Finisterre
2016 Via di Francesco, Italy—Roy’s pilgrimage walk from Florence to Assisi and on to Rome.
2014 GR10, France—Roy’s 24 day hike through the French Pyrenees from Hendaye on the Atlantic coast to Luchon, about half way to the Mediterranean.
2013-14 New Zealand—vising friends and “tramping” three of New Zealand’s Great Walks: the Kepler Track, the Routeburn Track, and the Tongariro Circuit.
2012 Coast to Coast, England—a walk across the UK through three National Parks: The Lake District, the Yorkshire Dales and the North York Moors.
2012 Queyras, France—an 11 day hike on the GR58 in the central French Alps.
2012 Dolomites, Italy—nine days hiking the Alta Via 1 in Northern Italy.
2011 GR5, France—a five week hike through the French Alps from Lake Geneva to the Mediterranean Sea. We wrote this when it was harder to post photos to the blog.
2012-13 Australia and New Zealand