Andrew Burdett joins his Explorer Scout Unit for an evening at Reading Climbing Centre, scaling the impressive 14-metre high wall.
I’ve got a confession to make. I’ve developed an addiction. I’ve only got myself to blame but, try as I might, I just can’t seem to wean myself off it.
Whatever age you are, there’s nothing more curious than a speed-limit signpost, only its top still dry. The white painted road-markings, which dive down beneath the water-line, are the subject of many a photograph. For me, though, it’s the impossible image of all of this water, somehow made possible by a complex combination of currents and clouds.
Apologies straight away, dear readers, to those who’ll doubtless have found the coverage of my DofE Award adventures somewhat tiring. (However, I’m afraid it’s sort of tough luck: there’ll be yet more posts, photographs,...