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Sometimes it feels as if 2020 has been the year of the wind.
Here we are in summer and the strong winds and showers make it feel like March or October.
If you're keen on the outdoors and the weather forecast makes your spirits sink, think again! Enjoying the outdoors in all weathers is mainly about wearing good quality protective clothing designed to keep out the elements while remaining comfortable and non-constricting.
But while shops that sell all-weather clothing handle protection of most of your body pretty well,...
I like getting out for a walk, whatever the weather. But on the weekend of 8-9 February, my resolve to take the dog out for a good country hike was severely tested by the presence of Storm Ciara. Here in Devon the winter winds were strong and gusty and the rain was heavy and persistent.
I togged up in my kagoul, waterproof trousers, scarf and waterproof gloves so as to brave the elements.
And, most importantly I put on my Ziena Kai glasses. This was the first time that I had...
It's March, there's a cold wind blowing down from the North, it's pretty miserable out there. But it's good to get outside - to beat the elements by going for your favourite exercise, whether it's a bike ride, a round of golf, or a walk along the sea front.
Okay, so we don thick socks, fleece, a warm coat, gloves, scarf, beanie hat and we set out to brave the weather.
What do we notice? Our core, our arms, legs, feet, hands feel warm and protected. The top of our head and the top of our ears feel warm and...
Autumn brings a lot of clearing up jobs in the garden, from trimming shrubs to sweeping up leaves. The trouble is that your enjoyment of being out in the garden can be affected significantly if the weather is cold and windy.
While you can cover up with windproof clothing, your eyes often remain unprotected.
When they are constantly being battered by strong and gusty winds, your eyes can either feel dry and sore, or can water profusely.
Frequently in gusty weather, you can find that dust is blown about and it is easy to get a piece of grit in the eyes, which can cause...