We are always on the lookout for new places to visit and explore. Wild spaces to roam, mischief to be made and if we can get our feet wet all the better. Where possible we try to choose somewhere with an adventure playground as a lure for the kids and these day we now of course have to ensure that the hound is welcome too. … Continue reading Day 12 High Woods Country Park
Continuing with my quest for quality caching experiences it was time to dust off my Geocaching to-do list. For a long time I’ve had the Castle Acre caches in my sights and with the sudden, if slightly late arrival of spring it seemed the perfect time to get on and do them. Castle Acre is a rural village in west Norfolk, taking its name from … Continue reading A visit to Castle Acre
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.
With Birthday celebrations underway for the smallest mudling, she was given the choice of where to head for a family outing. She eventually settled on visiting the Miniature Railway and Fairy Walk at Audley end. The miniature railway is found over the road to Audley End Hose and Gardens – a rather grand, country house. (Much like the one I might live in when I’m … Continue reading The Miniature Railway at Audley End