Prior to my eyesight diminishing I loved to go camping, hiking and take on long distance walks over a few days. I haven’t stopped I just keep buying new kit and tackle the problem in a different way. With the arrival of a new member to Team Imeson, Teal. I have a chance to look … More Camping with a Guide Dog
This week I was interviewed by an engineer that is seeking advice from white cane users. The interviewer was an engineer that has been commissioned to look at the concept of using the cane. Which when asked what do I use mine for lead me down a couple of paths. Which usually happens when I’m … More When do you hate using your white cane?
Please click and watch our amazing journey. Thank you to Ollie who has put the content together.
I have had one removed.. June 2019 T A picture of my taken the day of the operation. It happened in a bit of a rush. I attended a routine checkup in November 2019 when I was told my total vision was pretty bad and was registered blind. This did not come as a massive … More Cataracts
Most of my Social media friends will not remember life before a bank card especially when we simple placed a four digit code into a machine to pay for it! In my early career I worked on a national project related to selling homes and business. The scheme I was working on was moved sideways … More Believe in Change
Please Click and watch this short video I have put together using a new piece of software from Adobe. The first video took me over an hour to work how to use it but now I’ve got the hang of it And have made a couple more. Please like at the bottom of the page … More Blind Man Roy’s Epic Expedition Explained via a Sparks Video.
Recently, I visited London with a group of people from my home town in Devon That are connected to Make the Move and also caught up with Ollie and a friend. The reason behind the trip was for a bit of culture and watch the latest Cirque Du Soleil show called Totem. This is promotional … More Is a picture taken by a blind person any different than someone with good vision.
Changing people’s perceptions and opinions can be a struggle and sometimes impossible. This blog is a simple request that you can help me with. This picture went viral, purely because the lady was using her phone with her white stick erected in front of her. Social media got hold of the photo and that was then shared and reshared purely because … More Changing people’s perception. What does Blind look like to you? The RNIB push for change.
Please read this blog with an open mind. Using tracking devices to help you either as an individual being tracked on an ‘epic expedition’ or for use with a team as part of a risk assessment as a positive piece of equipment. … More Tech, Part One. GPS devices.
The realisation of the heights to climb are daunting yet I am keen to get fit, along the line of a healthy heart means a healthy head. The beginning of a lot of walking! On Saturday, Ollie, Emma and I went for a walk around our home town in Ilfracombe to climb a few of … More Training walk January 2019