Our local coastal area is the Norfolk coast. We’re regular visitors enjoying the coastal views, playing on the beach and scouring for natural treasures in the rock pools. Not just in the Summer either, I love a wild, windy day at the beach. The Norfolk coast is also one of the best places to spot seals in the UK. Home to both Common and Grey … Continue reading Seal spotting at Horsey
I’m not really one for lists. A terrible procrastinor and spontaneous at heart. Lists mostly spoil my fun. However as old age looms, I’ve been working on a more positive list. A list to help celebrate a milestone birthday. (The clue’s in the title.) I know. How is that even possible? I don’t look a day over 30 right? 😉 So this *shudder* list is … Continue reading 40 Things To Do
The school holidays and a road trip planned for me and the kids. A plan to visit the Brecon Beacons, an area we’ve never visited before. The scenery much less dramatic than North Wales, but it’s easy to fall for its gentle rolling landscape and green charm. A whistle-stop tour for us though, so we try to cram as much as we can into our … Continue reading A trip to the Brecon Beacons
I’ve never hidden the fact I’m a bit of a wimp. A lot of things scare me; the dark, confined spaces, cows, creepy crawlies, water, large groups… The list goes on. It’s a wonder I ever leave the house. I’ll tell you what scares me more though, The mundane. That’s really lethal. I think this is what drives my quest for adventure and challenge. To … Continue reading Going underground
Just in case you missed it, you can find part one here. Day 3 A ticket to Ryde So, The day the ultra event kicks in. Our original plan had been to walk backwards from the official start point to miss the bulk of the participants. The buses however said no. Bugger. We’ve no other option than to just suck it up and carry on along … Continue reading Walking The Isle Of Wight Coastal Path – Part Two.