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  • Kerry Teague
    Lol! He certainly kept us on our toes, Kathryne, but fear not - all was not lost. Watch this space for the last installment ;-) And...

    Kerry Teague, 25. May, 2016 |

  • Kathryne
    It looks like you all had such a wonderful time! Pity you didn't get to find Santa this time, maybe he'd sneaked off for a quick holiday...

    Kathryne, 23. May, 2016 |

  • Joanne
    I love how James seems to take all this in his stride, I'm not sure I'd be smiling in the face of white water like in that second photo!

    Joanne, 20. May, 2016 |

  • Kathryne
    The boat does look rather eerie just sat there abandoned on the beach. It does make you wonder why! Although I do like that idea of pirates.

    Kathryne, 20. May, 2016 |

  • Joanne
    Beautiful photos Monika- very atmospheric!

    Joanne, 20. May, 2016 |

  • Kathryne
    What a great Little Island! It looks like a fantastic place for mini adventures.

    Kathryne, 20. May, 2016 |

  • Lee carter
    Love the site I would of loved my jack to be involved with me doing the walking and outdoors .i will say there is one thing when you live...

    Lee carter, 18. May, 2016 |

  • Kylie
    Awwww so much bad luck in one trip! I can't wait to find out what you decided to do next :)

    Kylie, 18. May, 2016 |

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The Great Indoors Basecamp

Written by Monika Strell on Thursday, 27 March 2014. Posted in Camping Fun, Scottish Highlands and Islands

The Great Indoors Basecamp
This isn't about an outdoor adventure, strictly speaking, but pretty much as close as you can get to one without leaving the house!

Being Tricked Into A Walk

Written by Jay Greengrass on Wednesday, 26 March 2014. Posted in Scottish Highlands and Islands

Being Tricked Into A Walk
Another day, another home, another... compost bin (!)

Sophie's First Paddle

Written by Helena Carey on Tuesday, 25 March 2014. Posted in Sailing Adventures, North West

Sophie's First Paddle
Well our sundance worked and we were treated to glorious sunshine and a temperature of double figures the other weekend. Definitely a day not to be wasted, so we dusted off our paddling stuff and set off for our first paddle of the year. Only this time we had an extra life jacket to remember, Sophie was all set for her first paddle.

Spring Gardening

Written by Daf Davies on Thursday, 20 March 2014. Posted in South Wales

Spring Gardening
Spring has sprung and the little ones are out in the garden without freezing! This was Lyra’s first proper outdoor play and she shuffled around merrily in her fleecy waterproof Spotty Otter suit and boots. Freya was in charge of the seed planting and Lyra was there to provide moral support.

Camp Driftwood

Written by Monika Strell on Thursday, 20 March 2014. Posted in Camping Fun, Scottish Highlands and Islands

Camp Driftwood
We are still in the throes of bad weather, so still touring along memory lane at the moment, going over sweet memories of last year's adventures to trigger some anticipation for this year's.

24 Hours in the Alps!

Written by Jennie Abell on Wednesday, 19 March 2014. Posted in Skiing, Scottish Highlands and Islands

24 Hours in the Alps!
So for two days last week the sun came out and we could see the tops of the hills for a change, looking very white!

The Best Thing About Spring Is...

Written by Helen & Ian on Tuesday, 18 March 2014. Posted in South West

The Best Thing About Spring Is...

Spring has definitely arrived here in Oxfordshire and there are signs of new life everywhere. We’ve been trying to decide what it is that we like best about this wonderful time of year. This is a tough call, because there are so many things to choose from.

The Side-Effects of Spring

Written by Kerry Teague on Monday, 17 March 2014. Posted in Northern Ireland

The Side-Effects of Spring
You know spring has sprung in Belfast when our back garden suddenly morphs from being vaguely civilised into something..........else.

Which Way to the North Pole?

Written by Monika Strell on Sunday, 16 March 2014. Posted in Scottish Highlands and Islands

Which Way to the North Pole?
Ah you probably think this is a very late post about Santa? Good guess, but the main character in our story is actually called Ranulph P Bear - and P stands for Polar!

An Urban Outdoors

Written by Ruth Lively-Masters on Sunday, 16 March 2014. Posted in South West

An Urban Outdoors

As springtime lures us out with the promise of blue skies, fresh buds and daffodils, it can still surprise us how different each day can be, one minute warm and sunny, the next cloudy with a bitter chill.

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