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  • Jay Greengrass
    Yummy, yum, yum! We've just made some very pippy but very delicious wild raspberry jam from foraging, too. Ours were teeny tiny ones,...

    Jay Greengrass, 28. August, 2015 |

  • Fiona Moore
    Hi Kerry, Sorry it took a while to reply. We have been off adventuring again.
    I will post another article about it so as to add more...

    Fiona Moore, 26. August, 2015 |

  • Jay Greengrass
    Another messy zoo here, too, I'm afraid. I have tidy-tent envy, now!

    Jay Greengrass, 25. August, 2015 |

  • Helena Carey
    Poor Chloe, what a trooper. I always have antibac gel with us but should probably be a bit more diligent at using it, thanks for the...

    Helena Carey, 25. August, 2015 |

  • Helena Carey
    Thanks Kerry. We'll definitely have space for a few beers, just the small problem of getting the little trekkers to sleep so we can...

    Helena Carey, 25. August, 2015 |

  • Helena Carey
    It's not a new investment, we've been a three canoe family for a while, just not managed to use it much since the kids came along. Took...

    Helena Carey, 25. August, 2015 |

  • Helena Carey
    Thanks for the advise Kerry and good to know they cope ok with forest tracks. I think despite quite a few people saying trail gators can...

    Helena Carey, 25. August, 2015 |

  • Helena Carey
    I'm in awe at your lovely and tidy tent, how long did you manage to keep it looking this way? It puts our mess to shame.

    Helena Carey, 25. August, 2015 |

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Angling Apprentice

Written by Monika Strell on Friday, 08 November 2013. Posted in Scottish Highlands and Islands

Angling Apprentice
Fly Fishing runs in Corwin's family – with a fishing guide as a daddy, a great-grandfather who wrote several books about fishing in South Africa and a Grandad who passed on the passion between the generations there is no escaping the angling bug (or rather fly).

The Day Daddy Got Stuck

Written by Kerry Teague on Thursday, 07 November 2013. Posted in Northern Ireland

The Day Daddy Got Stuck
Harry has been mesmerised by the new series of Hero Squad on CBBC. Imagine his delight when he was able to put his new-found rescue skills into practice when Ash got “stuck” in the boulder field on Pigeon Rock Mountain in the Mournes!

Beechenhurst Bimble

Written by Daf Davies on Thursday, 07 November 2013. Posted in South West

Beechenhurst Bimble
We had some lovely visitors over at the weekend, and they took us to a place that meant a lot to them when they were growing up, Beechenhurst in the Forest of Dean.

Loch Shiel by Bike

Written by Helena Carey on Wednesday, 06 November 2013. Posted in Cycling, Scottish Highlands and Islands

Loch Shiel by Bike
There seems to be a bit of a recurring theme on our trips northwards – the dreich weather. It was far too windy for heading out in the canoe and we were struggling for ideas for things to do.

A Bit of Culture - Outside of Course!

Written by Fiona Moore on Tuesday, 05 November 2013. Posted in Europe

A Bit of Culture - Outside of Course!
Because we hike rather a lot, I am always on the look out for new trails that offer something a bit different, hoping to ensure the girls' continued enthusiasm. Thankfully Switzerland is rather good at providing kid friendly walks, with lots of incentives along the way.

Running Free

Written by Monika Strell on Saturday, 02 November 2013. Posted in Scottish Highlands and Islands

Running Free
The last few weeks have been very hectic and we often had to trade our usual outdoor pursuits for short walks or outings that always seem a bit rushed.

Conkers, Conkers Everywhere

Written by Eleri Jones on Saturday, 02 November 2013. Posted in North Wales and Anglesey

Conkers, Conkers Everywhere
All the posts and articles about conkers recently inspired us to make a quick trip after school one evening to see if we could collect some.

Grandad's Leeks!

Written by Eleri Jones on Friday, 01 November 2013. Posted in North Wales and Anglesey

Grandad's Leeks!
So it has been quite a while since our last post with me having had a knee operation we have been quite limited in what we've been able to do. However, I have found myself reminiscing about our end of summer days out whilst looking through the photos!

A Dee-lightful Paddle Through Chester

Written by Helena Carey on Tuesday, 29 October 2013. Posted in Sailing Adventures, North West

A Dee-lightful Paddle Through Chester
It's been about a year since we moved to our new house, and I’m quite ashamed to say we still haven't made it into Chester city centre, which is only 10 miles away.

Over to Harry.......

Written by Kerry Teague on Tuesday, 29 October 2013. Posted in Beside the Seaside, Northern Ireland

Over to Harry.......
Ash and I recently upgraded our geriatric 3.2 mega-pixel waterproof camera. Being more than 10 years old, it’s not worth selling and it’s pretty robust so and rather than throw it out we gave it to Harry.
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