Taken during a post Christmas, blow-away-the-cob-webs style walk down the beach at Budleigh Salterton in Devon. We had plans to try the sleigh out down the pebbly beach, but instead enjoyed finding the artwork
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
Dinner time was a little different yesterday (Saturday), the small one had a National Trust kids packed lunch with the idea to go for a picnic. Here’s the space we found for the picnic…
“It never snows in Exeter.” Words I’m sure I said, just a few weeks ago. This was taken just as our second snow storm in about two weeks was thawing away. I guess, the
One of many tranquil places we found at the National Trust – Knightshayes estate. These flowers growing, were in the perfect position to catch the sun as it shone over the hill, and through
Killerton, our local National Trust property, may well be our new favourite place to go to as a family…
A random Monday mornings school ran led to being dropped a short distance away from where I live. This was the view of Exeter from where I began my walk.
Found near the front of The Exeter Cathedral in Devon, a smaller Lego based cousin can be found. A team of volunteers are involved in both putting the Lego Cathedral together, and speaking to
I can’t help but love watching the sun set over the Mid Devon hills.
When Little Explorer played with the chickens at Greendale Farm, Near Exeter in Devon.