Well instead of writing about trips and things around Devon, I’ve been meaning to podcast for a while. For quite a while. I’ve finally put a few bits together, it’s all a little quick – in a “let’s do this before I procrastinate with something else” kind of way, but… Here’s when we went litter […]
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It seems that National Apple Day is “a thing”, and that an Apple Festival is a place to be to celebrate. The Killerton Apple Festival is on the surface, an almost bizarre event that on the surface seems to be all about apples. Picking Apples, juicing apples, toffee apples, apple juice, cider… you get the […]
The Summer Holidays have now hit the Sofa household. The good news. There are no school runs for the next six weeks. The “interesting news”… what do we do for the next weeks? Not for any “making precious memories” type reasons, but because its good to know we have something to do. Here’s what I’ve […]
A look at Easter Events in and around Exeter If you’ve not already been there for (what probably feels like ages), welcome to the Easter Holidays! There are plenty of activities in and around the Exeter area this Easter, here’s a collection of what to look out for.* Killerton have the National Trust Easter Egg […]
National Trust is great. National Trust on your door step is even better. The problem with having a massive National Trust property on your doorstep (in our case Killerton), is that it gets easy enough to keep going to the same old places. Here’s a few pictures of what happens when you keep going in […]
<plug> Christmas time is just around the corner. Sorry to point it out, but Christmas is really very nearly here. Have you brought Christmas Cards yet? If not, can I suggest* this card featuring Exeter Cathedral in a winter scene? As well as supporting a local Devon photographer, you’d also be helping to keep Dads Sofa […]
Thankfully, the small one still likes seeing Christmas lights. So after school finished on Monday, we almost couldn’t not take her for a nose around town, taking in the early Christmas atmosphere. (Whilst avoiding the late night shopping crowds). The picture is taken from Princesshay, and its view of Exeter Cathedral.