I spent last Sunday with Redpeffer and The Reading Residence at Baddesley Clinton, chilling out, catching up and just enjoying some ‘me’ time. Whilst we were chilling out, there were some who were working very hard on a sunny October afternoon.
Walking around Stowe last Sunday we were surrounded by beauty at every turn.
Last weekend we visited a family favourite – the Bedfordshire Steam and Country Fair. We saw countless steam-powered vehicles, from traction engines to cars. Monkey was in his element. As we wandered around the grounds we stumbled across a quiet corner and met this chap. He looks rather curious don’t… Continue reading »
Today I’m sharing a shot from a visit we made to Calke Abbey over the summer holidays. You can read all about our visit in yesterday’s #CountryKids post. I just love this particular photo. What’s Monkey thinking? Where shall I head to first? Where shall I build my den? What’s… Continue reading »
I was looking through some photos from a trip to Kew Gardens we’d made earlier in the summer and this photo just made me laugh. It shouts out BOO! doesn’t it. It was one of those days when Monkey was truly carefree and very cheeky. He was the most… Continue reading »
There are certain things that are absolutely timeless and can be enjoyed by all generations aren’t there. Blowing bubbles has to be right at the top of the list. I don’t know anyone who doesn’t like blowing bubbles, Monkey and I certainly do. Yes, we have bubble machines, but there’s… Continue reading »
I still remember my first visit to see HMS Victory, I went with my parents and my brother. I’m guessing I was about 8, I’m sure my Dad will correct me shortly! The ship looked so large and so beautiful. In those days the masts were at full height and… Continue reading »
I took this shot whilst we were at Twycross Zoo last week. I’ve always been fascinated by Flamingos but I chose this photo for a totally different reason. I loved the actor Richard Briers growing up, and was a fan of whatever sit-com he happened to appear in. When I was… Continue reading »