Day six of 30 days wild. The mudlings still at home with an inset day, these extra days feeling too precious to waste – especially now the sun is shining at long last. We decided to visit one of our favourite places; Ickworth Park near Bury St Edmunds. I swear each time we think we finally have explored every last inch of it, we are … Continue reading Day six – Get your feet wet.
It’s that time of year that I’ve been busy looking at holidays, my eternal wanderlust is indulged as I book fantasy holidays in my head, and book practical holidays around school and Mr Muddy’s work schedule in reality. This has also got me looking at some fantastic caches around the country, don’t get me wrong I’m not going to book a holiday around the geocaches … Continue reading Geocaching Bucket List
The age old debate of quantity versus quality. I’m happily pitched in the quality camp. Happy to go above and beyond for a special cache. That’s not to say I don’t enjoy the odd flirtation with chasing numbers. (Such a floozy!😉) Occasionally it is enjoyable to spend a day completing a trail and satisfying of course to watch your numbers gradually rise. Having been caching … Continue reading Geocaching at Bartlow Hills.
Because we haven’t seen enough trees recently, we decided to spend most of the weekend in the forest. 😉 We were keen to return to a great, local trail set in Mildenhall woods. We’ve visited now on two previous occasions and have always had a great time here. The wood is home to a fantastic play park and the caches are varied and fun … Continue reading Forest finds – Geocaching in Mildenhall woods
Mud, the glorious love child of water and earth. Some love it for it’s beautifying and therapeutic qualities, it’s an essential habitat for several members of the animal kingdom for thermoregulating, and hated by others for being just plain messy. I suspect these may also be people who have cream carpets 😉 Love it or hate it it’s a wonderful play resource for children, I’ve … Continue reading Releasing your inner hippo