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- Sled Dog Racing
- Community Farms and Small Holdings
- Camper Van Adventures
- Sailing Adventures
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- Cumbria and the Lake District
- Republic of Ireland
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- South West
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Today was Daddy time. So Daddy took the kids for a walk up to the Beacon, a monument built in 1719, on a spot where beacons have been lit in times of war and emergency since the time of Henry VIII.
It has amazing views of the town from the top and a great path up amongst the woodland and mud. It took about 20 minutes to get up there and then at the top the kids did some crayon rubbings of trees and stones around the Beacon.
While up there, the kids spotted another way down (the steep way) and insisted on going back that way so a bit of bum sliding went on!
In all, Daddy did well entertaining the kids and they were full of tales of the day when they came home.