Go Ape at Thetford is described as the mother of all the courses and set within 50,000 acres of pine in the UK’s largest man made, lowland forest. A patchwork of pines, heathland and broadleaves provide the ideal setting for a great day out, and a welcome refuge for a rich variety of animal and plant life. The Go Ape adventure began at High Lodge … Continue reading Go Ape Thetford – Tree Top Junior Review.
So after my *ahem* less than successful tree climb not only was Mr muddy slightly mortified by my little adventure, he was also green with envy. The next day he was starting to feel a bit more human so decided that the best way to treat chicken pox spots is to go scratch them about a bit climbing some trees. We drove alongside the scene of my … Continue reading Tree climbing again.
Autumn. A great time to play and explore in the woods. A change of season so visual and dramatic it’s difficult to not be inspired. With puddles to jump in, trails to explore and parks to discover. Geocaches to find, leaves to catch and autumn treasures to cherish. What will you find in the woods? Continue reading Woodland wonder
As the saying goes, ‘There’s no such thing as bad weather, only bad clothes.’ On the whole I believe that to be absolutely true, a bit of rain never hurt anybody. Except for George Pig. Cartoon conspiracy to keep children indoors watching TV? hmmm ?…. I’m all for bundling the children outside in their wet weather wear for a good old puddle stomp, they certainly … Continue reading Rain doesn’t stop play.
So you’ve heard all about the new palatial tent, somewhere fitting to pitch it was obviously required. With time being against us we needed a fairly local campsite, I must also confess to being a bit of a camping snob and so for me it is essential that a site is abundant with immaculate, clean and shiny toilet and shower blocks…anything else goes but that’s … Continue reading A campsite fit for a Queen