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Salty Sea in Sight

One of the many health benefits regarding the outdoors is improved mental health and well-being… I recently caught up with Lucy Carter of ‘From Lucy With Love’. (Unfortunately, we had to use technology to communicate as now living in Cornwall, she’s a little too far away for a day visit… much to my disappointment!) Lucy… Continue reading Salty Sea in Sight

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April’s Favourite Place

During the Easter holidays, using the National Trust app, I stumbled upon the Wimpole Estate when looking for a day out. We packed up a picnic and headed off for adventure! About an hours drive from home, we were soon parking up and heading into the stable block to show our membership cards for entry.… Continue reading April’s Favourite Place

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Half Term Shenanigans

At the beginning of the week, I bundled the smalls into the car and headed off for adventure… We spent our first day away roaming free at Blenheim Palace, Woodstock, Oxfordshire. We first visited back in March 2016 and took full advantage of converting our entry ticket into a years pass (for free!). This week was… Continue reading Half Term Shenanigans

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Double The Adventure

Pitter-patter, pitter-patter….7 o’clock and there were tiny feet hitting the wooden floor. “Time for adventure!” Little Lamb exclaimed. A welcome statement following a full night’s sleep! We had pre-prepared the picnic bag, loaded the car with walking gear the night before, and once fed and clothed were raring to go. Only a 45 minute car ride… Continue reading Double The Adventure