KATE E. JAMIESON
HISTORIAN & OUTDOOR AMBASSADOR
Hello, I’m Kate!
Naval Historian, usually found outside!
In my roles as an Ordnance Survey, Lowe Alpine & Water To Go Ambassador I love sharing my favourite hills, mountains and coastline with everyone. I walk, cycle, run, paddle, climb, sail and ski and ride whenever I get the chance!
My other passion is naval & maritime history. I am currently researching C18th Naval Gunners and deliver lectures on naval history to everyone from local history groups to the US Naval Academy. I am currently in the process of working on a number of documentaries and podcasts and am also Social Secretary for The Navy Records Society and a Council Member for The 1805 Club.
Contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org
A few weeks ago I was kindly sent a pair of the Women’s Ridge Flex Waterproof Hiking Boots by Keen, and I was super excited to give them a whirl and review them for you all!
Heading out to explore the countryside near my new house, I knew they’d have to deal with mud, rocks and water… Perfect.
Read on to find out my thoughts!
Unless you live under a rock, it can’t have escaped your notice that we are, alas, still in the middle of a global pandemic and have, until recently also been in another lockdown. As the evenings have drawn in I’ve found myself exercising during the day time, meaning I have more time to flick through a book most nights. As such, I’ve managed to get through quite a few, and I thought I’d share my current reads. Some of which would make perfect Christmas presents!
No, I’m not about to start telling you to grab Adses and Augers, don’t worry.
Back in May, I started to build little model ships. I know, I was surprised too…
A few people I know had long been into painting miniatures and models and, the more I spoke to them, the more curious I was about doing the same. Warlord Games had recently released their Black Seas range, focusing on the age of sail… perfect, right?
The prize for the most misleading headline (all I really found were sea shells this time) goes to…. Me, but stay with me.
Kimmeridge is one of those spots that often gets overlooked in favour of Lyme Regis or Charmouth, when people are off to look at Jurassic Coast geology, but it is one of my favourite little spots in Dorset, one that shouldn't be ignored and perfect for fossil hunting...