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  • Cally Worden
    How special is that! What a beautiful creature. I'm sure his last hours were made infinitely more comfortable in his lovely shelter too ;-)

    Cally Worden, 01. August, 2014 |

  • Cally Worden
    Never heard of this, but it looks like great fun! Innovative solution to your problem too - well done Matt!

    Cally Worden, 01. August, 2014 |

  • Helen and Ian
    Sounds like a good motto! James has begun to understand cunning, so we often get "Two for James - One for Mummy - Two for James - None...

    Helen and Ian, 01. August, 2014 |

  • Helen and Ian
    What a great time and a great post! Wonderful places - I recognised Achmelvich straight away, and we would so love to visit the Dragon!...

    Helen and Ian, 31. July, 2014 |

  • Eira Gwyn
    Ours in Southampton are ripe as well! At least yours made it home, Cat's motto is "one for the mouth - none for the pot - one for the...

    Eira Gwyn, 31. July, 2014 |

  • Jay Greengrass
    Wow! How lucky was your timing?!

    Good luck with nursery in September xxx

    Jay Greengrass, 31. July, 2014 |

  • Jay Greengrass
    Great job, leading by example! All the gates would have put me off, to be honest. Will you make the bike to playgroup a regular thing?

    Jay Greengrass, 31. July, 2014 |

  • Jay Greengrass
    My in-laws were amazed and delighted by that, too :-)

    Jay Greengrass, 31. July, 2014 |

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To Canoe or Not to Canoe?

Written by Kerry Teague on Thursday, 10 January 2013. Posted in Sailing Adventures, Northern Ireland

To Canoe or Not to Canoe?

I recently lost almost an entire night’s sleep debating with myself as to whether or not it was too risky to take a 5 year old and a 2 year old river paddling in January.

Eager Beavers

Written by Helena Carey on Wednesday, 09 January 2013. Posted in Scottish Highlands and Islands

Eager Beavers

Back in 2009, when I was working as an ecologist up in Scotland, the Scottish Beaver Trial was just starting out. The trial is an exciting conservation project to reintroduce beavers to Knapdale forest in Argyll after being extinct in the UK for over 400 years.

Not the Usual Place to Use an Emergency Shelter...

Written by Sarah Ward on Wednesday, 09 January 2013. Posted in Yorkshire

Not the Usual Place to Use an Emergency Shelter...

We have an annual New Year trip with friends with the aim of spending some time outdoors. This is a great antidote to Christmas but is sometimes challenging in terms of weather conditions, especially convincing children to walk.

A Mini-Hike to Hardraw Force

Written by Sarah Ward on Wednesday, 09 January 2013. Posted in Yorkshire

A Mini-Hike to Hardraw Force

This is by no means a long walk (300m or so to the waterfall) but proved to be ideal for getting children outside between rain showers over the New Year week.

A Little Bit Late - But MERRY CHRISTMAS!

Written by Elizabeth Vancura on Monday, 07 January 2013. Posted in Beside the Seaside, South Wales

A Little Bit Late - But MERRY CHRISTMAS!

For the last 20 years on Boxing Day (this year was the 21st!) we have headed down to one of the fabulous, secluded Gower beaches...

A Summer's Day in January

Written by Jude Thomson on Sunday, 06 January 2013. Posted in Scottish Highlands and Islands

A Summer's Day in January

The beginning of January, normally a time for playing in snow but not this weekend. The Cairngorms was the warmest place in the UK reaching temperatures of 13 degrees! Definitely a day for playing outside and picnicing.

Burghead Bay in January

Written by Jay Greengrass on Sunday, 06 January 2013. Posted in Beside the Seaside, Scottish Highlands and Islands

Burghead Bay in January

I know there are hundreds to choose from, but my favourite Moray coast beach in the winter is probably Burghead Bay, the long stretch of sand that curves for miles to the west of Burghead, all the way round towards Findhorn.

Oi, Mummy! Hands Off My Hat!

Written by Helen & Ian on Friday, 04 January 2013. Posted in South West

Oi, Mummy!  Hands Off My Hat!

There was great excitement when a parcel arrived containing a very cool Smartwool hat and a pair of socks. ‘Ooh, Mummy, that’s a nice hat. Is it for me?’

Puddles and Pooh Cones

Written by Kerry Teague on Thursday, 03 January 2013. Posted in Northern Ireland

Puddles and Pooh Cones

Having reached the end of our tolerance of tummy bugs, coughs, colds and no snow (did I mention we were gutted we didn’t get our white Christmas?), it was decided fresh air was called for regardless of the state of the forecast and the ever present grey skies.

White Christmas

Written by Anita and Feargal Buckley on Wednesday, 02 January 2013. Posted in Europe

White Christmas

Our preparations for Christmas started early this year. With mum being due to have a baby early in the New Year, dad had to take off for Christmas tree hunting on his own this time round.

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