The Sussex Border Walk – Part One: Worthing Going Westwards

The Sussex Border Walk - Part One: Worthing Going Westwards

I thought it was time to have a more definite proposal for the Bald Explorer, so I am going to walk, in stages, the Sussex border, clockwise. I will start at Worthing and work my way towards the Hampshire border, the Surrey and finally Kent before returning home along the coast. PLEASE SUPPORT THE BALD […]

The Sunday Chat – Updates and Information – 22nd November 2020

The Sunday Chat - Updates and Information - 22nd November 2020

In today’s Sunday Chat, I talk about the launch of a new podcast. It’s not really new, but has been up until now the exclusive property of my patrons. I answer the comment I often get about historian versus explorer , and fill in more details about my concept of the never-ending wander.The Naked Englishman […]

The Quest For England – In Which I Take the Old School Walk (though, not mine!)

The Quest For England - In Which I Take the Old School Walk (though, not mine!)

Paul and Alexis got in touch with me and asked if I might take a stroll to school. This was a walk that Alexis used to take 45 years ago. It runs from High Salvington to Findon Valley, in Worthing, West Sussex, and takes in The Black Post Mill and Bost Hill zig-zag. How could […]

The Quest For England – The Joy of the Handcrafted Woolley Jumper

The Quest For England - The Joy of the Handcrafted Woolley Jumper

Due to the grim weather, I am inside examining my joy, and the expertise of the skilled craftsmen, including my lovely new hand-knitted jumpers. I am asking whether we are losing the individual creative power we once had when, using our hands and a few tools, we made things, and when we made these things, […]