2 things to do, one for clement weather, the other for inclement. We are bound to have the latter and a possibility of the former at some point in the week.
Bluebell Woods at Blackbury Camp, an old Iron Age fort. Read more
I love James, he is the forest man, at his happiest amongst the trees dreaming up a new design and getting very excited about different timbers. His beautifully crafted designs reflect all of his passion. Read more
Cute new cafe in Lyme near the Town Mill Bakery, its all veggie but they don’t make a song and dance of it…specials every day and delicious cakes/desserts too. Great value and a very nice wine selection too. Read more
The big one looks like the sheep that “likes its food a lot”, on Shaun the Sheep. Spotted these and pro photographer hubby snapped away, hence slightly better quality shots than usual. The sheep, with newborn lambs, were literally right on the cliff edge. Have they not read the news about landslides in the area?
Great looking coats, anyone know if they are a special breed or just run of the mill? (pun intended)
So I have to admit that I didn’t go on this trip…am going in a few weeks so can update accordingly but thought best to be prompt with this post as the floating barge cafe on the river Exe only has a short season. Read more
Well, the little things you say and do make me want to be with you.
Rave on, it’s a crazy feeling and I know it’s got me reelin’,
When you say I love you
Its Buddy Holly not The Happy Mondays… Read more
How come its always sunny on Broadchurch aka West Bay? I really don’t remember when it was dry for so many days in a row but its TV, so of course it must be true.
The sun was out, brilliantly, on Saturday morning. Read more
Proper glamping in an idyllic West Dorset woodland. A selection of teepees, yurts and shepherds huts for adults only (its not that kind of au naturel camping but a child free affair). Numbers are also restricted to maintain the tranquility of the magical woodland setting. Read more
A wild and blustery day at Sidmouth…and wow that sea churned with rich red Devon earth creates such an array of colour against the blue blue sky. We ran along the front, carved our names into the red cliffs (teaching the kids some urban ways) and let the wind push us back. Read more
I love Trill, its a kind of hippyfied River Cottage. Less meat preparation and cider swilling, more vegetable loving and nettle tea sipping. This Easter weekend Read more