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  • Foster
    Gate climbing, Loch assynt ,mummy's biscuit, stunning view! All these attracted me a lot!! Looking forward to see more adventurous plan!

    Foster, 20. October, 2014 |

  • Ruth Lively-Masters
    what a fantastic view, love getting up high! What a wonderful walk.

    Ruth Lively-Masters, 19. October, 2014 |

  • Ruth Lively-Masters
    Love that water wheel, what a beautiful place :)

    Ruth Lively-Masters, 19. October, 2014 |

  • Ruth Lively-Masters
    oooh, love old-stylee craft fairs with tasters, fab!I too wish the kids stuff came in grown-up sizes, so great :)

    Ruth Lively-Masters, 19. October, 2014 |

  • Ruth Lively-Masters
    Thanks Daf, we love ropes! Chicken pox mostly left him a little more tired than usual (and hugely spotty!) but ok, phew! Thanks Kerry x

    Ruth Lively-Masters, 19. October, 2014 |

  • Kathryne
    Looking forward to the Winter blogs! I bet it will look even more amazing with a covering of snow!

    Kathryne, 18. October, 2014 |

  • Kerry Teague
    That sounds like an absolutely magical walk, Cally. The water wheel looks captivating and I can just imagine the cottage and the stories...

    Kerry Teague, 16. October, 2014 |

  • Kerry Teague
    Sounds like an amazing day, Ruth. Hope the chicken pox wasn't too awful.

    Kerry Teague, 15. October, 2014 |

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Snow Tunnels, Dens and Table Top Dancing!

Written by Jude Thomson on Thursday, 21 February 2013. Posted in Mainland Scotland

Snow Tunnels, Dens and Table Top Dancing!

'Really your going to drive down to Alyth in this weather?' Plans to visit friends during the February half term holiday were not going to be stopped by the odd snowflake.....or two or million!

With a Spring in Our Step

Written by Sarah Wright on Wednesday, 20 February 2013. Posted in Mainland Scotland

With a Spring in Our Step

The sunshine that we had here in bonnie Scotland over the weekend cheered us up no end. Currently waiting for an overdue baby to make an appearance, we got out and about locally, driving over as many potholes in the road as possible.

Second Helpings

Written by Helena Carey on Tuesday, 19 February 2013. Posted in North West

Second Helpings

Last Wednesday we woke up to a lovely and unexpected surprise – SNOW! Unlike last time James was fully aware of all the glorious white stuff in the garden. I knew from the rather unsubtle and incessant banging on the patio doors that we would have to cancel our plans for the morning and make the most of it.

Are You Sure We're in the Right Place?

Written by Helena Carey on Tuesday, 19 February 2013. Posted in Mountain High, North Wales and Anglesey

Are You Sure We're in the Right Place?

Last weekend we headed over to the Clywydian Hills for a family walk. The plan was to head to Coed Llangwyfan, for a nice stroll through the forest.

Awesome Ice Balloons

Written by GIllian Thompson on Friday, 15 February 2013. Posted in Yorkshire

Awesome Ice Balloons

I think we saw the idea on Facebook first and it seemed like a good one. Basically you get a few balloons, fill them with water and food colouring, freeze them and then burst and peel off the rubber skin when they’re solid and you’re left with coloured ice balls. Easy...

Our Version of 'Sid the Snake'.

Written by Fiona Moore on Thursday, 14 February 2013. Posted in Europe

Our Version of 'Sid the Snake'.

After reading about making 'Sid the Snake' on the Little Trekkers website, we decided to have a go at making our own.

Beavers, Badgers and a Spotty Otter

Written by Paul Frodsham on Tuesday, 12 February 2013. Posted in North West

Beavers, Badgers and a Spotty Otter

Shortly after turning 6, Reuben joined a local Beaver colony and has been enjoying lots of different activities and adventures. I probably should explain that Beavers is the name of the youngest group in the scouting association.

Cycling in the Snow!

Written by Emma Lunn on Tuesday, 12 February 2013. Posted in Cycling, Cumbria and the Lake District

Cycling in the Snow!

The first snow of 2013 was just dropping from the sky, so what better than to put on all our warmest clothes and go..... for a bike ride in a blizzard!

On Top of the World

Written by Amy Bloodworth on Monday, 11 February 2013. Posted in Europe

On Top of the World

This Sunday we went on a fantastic morning walk around Sette Termini the mountain just behind our house (literally!)

Sledding on an Even Bigger Hill

Written by Fiona Moore on Sunday, 10 February 2013. Posted in Europe

Sledding on an Even Bigger Hill

Today we decided to take advantage of all the fresh snow, and not go skiing! That's right - we do sometimes do things other than ski.

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