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  • Kerry Teague
    Well done, boys! That's so great your patience is beginning to pay off. I am SO jealous.

    Kerry Teague, 17. April, 2015 |

  • Monika Strell
    Hmmm, good point lol I will consider it when we come across the next proper bog!

    Monika Strell, 17. April, 2015 |

  • Cally Worden
    What a lovely diverse place. The Gunnera Bog looks amazing - like it could be an atmospheric movie set!

    Cally Worden, 17. April, 2015 |

  • Cally Worden
    Looks like lots of fun all round - I guess once the feet are wet there's nothing to hold you back really! And I'm loving that little...

    Cally Worden, 17. April, 2015 |

  • Cally Worden
    Wow, I'd say that even with a bit of unexpected mud that looked well worth visiting - love those mountains!

    Cally Worden, 17. April, 2015 |

  • Kerry Teague
    Lol! Maybe if the yellow was to turn a bit more browny, you could pretend it's camouflage colour?

    Kerry Teague, 16. April, 2015 |

  • Monika Strell
    Impressive and Oh motherly Breeze protectiveness! I know all about that. MY issue is mud! We have the yellow one and after Corwin spent a...

    Monika Strell, 16. April, 2015 |

  • Kylie
    This looks like so much fun!

    Kylie, 13. April, 2015 |

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This is about real experiences, in real places, by real families who get out there in this magnificent country of ours and do stuff. Great stuff! Stuff that you will look back on and remember for the rest of your life. Places that you may never have thought to go, things that you may never have thought to do. Told by those who have been there and done it, and want to pass it on to inspire other families to do the same. These are our Little Trekkers Ambassadors. They lead the way ….

A Walk Along the Seashore at Little Haven

Written by Helen & Ian on Monday, 12 August 2013. Posted in Beside the Seaside, South Wales

A Walk Along the Seashore at Little Haven

For any Little Trekkers who like exploring the seashore, I can recommend a walk at low tide between Little Haven and Broad Haven. It’s only about mile, but there’s so much to explore.

Never Been on a Train, Until....

Written by Cally Worden on Monday, 12 August 2013. Posted in South East

Never Been on a Train, Until....

I knew something was up. My 5 year old Ella had that "I'm so hard done to" look about her that usually precedes a request for something. Sure enough there followed a sad account of how, at the grand old age of 5, she had never been on a train and why this was ruining her life. Could we please, please, please find one?

Time Travellers

Written by Monika Strell on Monday, 12 August 2013. Posted in Scottish Highlands and Islands

Time Travellers

Our favourite adventures involve 'wilderness' but sometimes it's good fun to hit the road for some other events. I love Living History so there was no stopping mummy last Saturday when she wanted to go to Fort George for the Celebration of the Centuries, organised by Historic Scotland.

Natural Craft

Written by Jay Greengrass on Saturday, 10 August 2013. Posted in Mainland Scotland

Natural Craft

Maxi Minx (7) has been making crafts out of natural materials since she was 2 – she’d be making an 8 foot long mermaid collage whilst her friends were making sandcastles. Her sisters have started emulating her, and have so much fun that I thought I’d pass on some of their favourites.

Note to Self Re:Camping

Written by Jay Greengrass on Friday, 09 August 2013. Posted in Camping Fun, Scottish Highlands and Islands

Note to Self Re:Camping

None of us have adapted well to Jon's new job taking him away on weekdays, so I took the girls camping to the campsite nearest his work so that we could all be together for a fortnight.

Crom’s 300 Year-Old Climbing Gym

Written by Kerry Teague on Thursday, 08 August 2013. Posted in Northern Ireland

Crom’s 300 Year-Old Climbing Gym

On one of our cycles around Crom, we came across this massive yew tree with an intriguing Little Trekker-sized gap in its canopy. Only one thing for it, really – ditch the bikes and check it out.

Uninvited Camping Guests ... RUN RUN RUN!

Written by Monika Strell on Thursday, 08 August 2013. Posted in Camping Fun, Scottish Highlands and Islands

Uninvited Camping Guests ... RUN RUN RUN!

In the Scottish Highlands outdoor adventures always mean (potentially) battling the elements – wind & rain and interesting combinations of both (horizontal rain comes to mind) need to be factored into any plans. An added challenge in the summer – the famous Highland Midge.

Steam Trains and Sausages

Written by Fiona Moore on Thursday, 08 August 2013. Posted in Europe

Steam Trains and Sausages

We are big fans of steam trains in our family, so when I stumbled across a brochure for a trip with steam trains AND sausages, I couldn't wait to sign us up. It's a winning combination which ever way you look at it.

Fossil Hunting at Charmouth Beach

Written by Gillian Jones on Thursday, 08 August 2013. Posted in Beside the Seaside, South West

Fossil Hunting at Charmouth Beach

My elder son, Owen, and I like nothing better than spending a day looking carefully at pieces of rock. We both love fossil hunting and a weekend camping near Charmouth is a regular treat.

Pictavia

Written by Jay Greengrass on Wednesday, 07 August 2013. Posted in Mainland Scotland

Pictavia

What do you do when the rain is pouring down in sheets all day, you’re halfway through a fortnight camping trip, the last of your wet-weather gear hasn’t dried out yet from yesterday, and you’ve already visited the cinema that week?

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