- Environmental Education and Wildlife
- Sled Dog Racing
- Community Farms and Small Holdings
- Sailing Adventures
- Shetland Islands
- Cumbria and the Lake District
- Republic of Ireland
- Northern Ireland
- South West
- South East
- Channel Islands
- East Anglia
- North West
- North East
- South Wales
- Mid Wales
- North Wales and Anglesey
- Scottish Highlands and Islands
- Mainland Scotland
Whilst all the sun we’ve been having has been lovely, it’s been a little bit too warm for our daily walks with our furry trekker, Jarvis. It’s hard work carrying a heavy lump on your back in this heat. So we decided to seek out some shade in our local woods.
We love it there; it’s like an outdoor sensory room for James: light glistening through the branches, leaves for James to touch as they brush past the carrier and the sounds of the birds and the squirrels in the background.
We found a clearing full of lovely bluebells, the perfect place for a quick stop to enjoy them before they all disappear. It looks like James already has an eye for botany and is set to follow in mummy’s and daddy’s ecology footsteps, or more likely he was just trying to eat them!
Our break was cut short by the dreaded sound of a pheasant followed by a blur of brown as Jarvis whizzed by. We hurriedly put the carrier back on and the silence of the woods was broken by the shouts of “JARVIS HERE” as we chased after him. Jarvis quickly returned, it was obviously far too hot to be chasing pheasants. We headed home for tea, task complete, with a tired dog and happy Little Trekker.