Paw Prints — Lochby

Lochby field journal field report from the, err, field.

Posted by Scribble Monboddo on

The Lochby Field Journal has been in heavy action for the last few weeks and it's time to report back on how it survived the abuse.

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A Journal Habit

Posted by Stuart Lennon on

I’ve written several times about keeping a journal, both here and at my blog stuartlennon.comAt one stage, I was keeping multiple journals, analogue and digital. Thankfully, I’m down to one now, and I have been keeping it consistently. My secret?RoutineMore than anything else, this is what keeps me on track. I write my journal at the same time, in the same place, every day. I’m an early riser. And every morning works the same.I get up, and empty the dishwasher (probably my sole contribution to the running of the home). Then, I make a coffee, sit at my kitchen table,...

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Lochby dot-grid notebook

Posted by Amanda Fleet on

A couple of weeks ago, I reviewed the Lochby Field Journal (you can see the review here, plus Scrib waxed lyrical about it last week). This week, I'm going to have a look at the notebook that came enclosed within the Field Journal. You can buy all the different Lochby notebooks at Nero's - plaindot grid and ruled. The one that came with my Field Journal was a dot grid notebook.

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Break out the field glasses, Jenkins

Posted by Scribble Monboddo on

Lochby really know their stuff, and their kit turns out to be just the thing for the job they have in mind.

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Lochby Field Journal

Posted by Amanda Fleet on

As some of you might know, I'm a writer. Whenever I'm out walking, I have a notebook with me, usually an A5 or thereabouts. These notebooks get tossed in my rucksack and have to hold their own. If only there were some sturdy, lightweight cover I could put them in... one that wouldn't add much weight to the bag but which would keep all sorts of bits and bobs together, including the notebook, a pen and various other random odds and ends...

Enter the Lochby Field Journal!

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