How many weeks into Lockdown are we now? It all feels a little strange doesn’t it? I don’t know about you, but I’ve started to make a list of where I wanted to go in Devon once restrictions are lifted – and its all a bit safer. My thinking started off as planning a day […]
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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 […]
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 […]
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.
Inspired by the DevonDaze blog, we decided to explore somewhere a little different today. Have you ever passed somewhere a million times, and never noticed it was there? Parke is a National Trust property that is found on the road to Hay Tor in Dartmoor. In fact if you’ve ever travelled to Hay Tor from […]
One of the handy parenting things about Exeter, is how useful a nice flat path along a river is when you’re trying to teach a small one to ride a bike. Obviously because its flat… You also get the occasional encouraging “good luck” from cyclists going past. Then there is also the above backdrop to […]