Exploring Ham Fen with Kent Wildlife Trust on their Dusk Wilder Kent Safari

exploring Ham Fen with Kent Wildlife Trust and learning about the beaver re-introduction project.

Spring at Savill Garden

After an airport drop off at Heathrow for a friend I wanted to find somewhere to go and explore before I headed home. After some searching I found Savill Garden a part of the Windsor Great Park Estate. It was so lovely to hear the birds singing a morning chorus, the squirrels exploring and numerous pheasantsContinue reading “Spring at Savill Garden”

Then v Now

Past times exploring has given me so many special memories, this one seems so apt right now too far for me to reach and hold you my darling husband. The children and I have grand plans for our lives and hold you in every thought. St Michael’s Mount had been on our list for soContinue reading “Then v Now”

Explore and enjoy the experience to make unforgettable memories

Love is holding on to the memories only the heart can see. 💙I can remember so much of our road trips, from working out what budget I had to play with to planning what we could do when we got there. I will never change that, making memories so we can remember with laughter whenContinue reading “Explore and enjoy the experience to make unforgettable memories”

Black Rock Sands

Black Rock Sands in North Wales holds many precious memories for us as a family. You can drive on the beach in your car with all your kit and enjoy a fantastic day at the beach. We are looking forward to visiting this beautiful beach again soon.

Bakewell Pudding or Bakewell Tart

The 17th century creation of the Bakewell Pudding was an accident when an order for a strawberry tart was mixed up by the cook when she spread of a layer of jam and then placed the egg mixture into the pastry before cooking. The mix up ended up being a huge success with a localContinue reading “Bakewell Pudding or Bakewell Tart”

Chinese New Year – The Year of the Tiger

Lasting up to 16 days with the first 7 considered being public holidays (January 31st – February 6th 2022) the Chinese New Year follows the Lunar Calendar. New Year celebrations close with the lantern festival on February 15th celebrating family reunions and society. 2022 is the Year of the Tiger the third animal in theContinue reading “Chinese New Year – The Year of the Tiger”

Scottish Burns Night

25th January 2022 Burns Night is a celebration of the life of Robert Burns, born in Ayrshire in 1759, Robert Burns is Scotland’s national bard (poet). Auld Lang Syne is perhaps Burns’ most famous work and is one of the most widely sung songs of the English language, with many of us singing Auld LangContinue reading “Scottish Burns Night”