October 23rd – who ate the map???

Our photo book arrived today and it got us talking about our next adventure. I decided to go and get the map of Europe to float some ideas, and went to a page showing part of France to discover one of the 4 legged children had decided to eat it….. Hopefully our friends at AmazonContinue reading “October 23rd – who ate the map???”

October 4th – Wet days

The weather in the UK has been dire over the last few days, but thankfully I always have 2 ‘to-do’ lists on the go, one for inside and one for outside, which keeps me busy and distracted from the gloom wet days. One of the current indoor projects is the creation of a photo bookContinue reading “October 4th – Wet days”

August 26th – When in Cornwall…..

A pasty must be sampled…. We went on one of our favourite woofer walks, an easy circular walk starting in Mawgan Porth, and heading in land to St Mawgan, with the customary stop for coffee on the footpath and the lunch at The Falcon Inn in St Mawgan. Cornish pasties¬†originated as portable lunches for tinContinue reading “August 26th – When in Cornwall…..”

August 13th – Goodbye old friend

A sad day, as we empty the truck ready for a trade in tomorrow. Having had this vehicle for the last 16 years, we have very fond memories of adventures in it. Probably, the most memorable was the time (many years ago) that we took the 4 kids to Northern France in it. Following theContinue reading “August 13th – Goodbye old friend”

July 24th – Solitude or loneliness?

Today’s picture is from the archives, but I thought of this image after doing a tough shift for SHOUT. Some people may look at the picture and see a lonely dog, down on it’s luck in the middle of nowhere. Other’s may see a dog enjoying the peace and quiet, looking enviously at this sereneContinue reading “July 24th – Solitude or loneliness?”

July 23rd – Ancient monuments

Today’s picture is from a nice stroll around Avebury. The neolithic henge monument containing three stone circles, around the village of Avebury in Wiltshire, in southwest England. One of the best known prehistoric sites in Britain, it contains the largest megalithic stone circle in the world. The Neolithic, the final division of the Stone Age,Continue reading “July 23rd – Ancient monuments”

July 21st – First spin in 6 months

Before our European trip I took 4/5 spin classes a week, but obviously that stopped whilst traveling and then we got home all gyms were closed As mentioned in previous posts, gyms have been hit hard financial, and so it’s great to see them being able to reopen and rebuild their businesses. It did comeContinue reading “July 21st – First spin in 6 months”

July 7th – Au Revoir

Today’s picture, is of our dear friends Clive and Sarah, who have been our drive guests for a few weeks due to their year long trip, being put on hold due to the Corona Virus out-break, and having rented out their house. Thanks to travel restrictions being lifted, they are on their way again. WeContinue reading “July 7th – Au Revoir”

June 14th – Invaders

So I shifted our motorhome on to the drive for a few minutes to give it a clean, but when I looked around these 2 had parked their MoHo and made themselves at home!!! OK, so a little exaggeration…… Our dear friends Clive and Sarah found themselves stranded due to the Covid-19 lockdown. Like us,Continue reading “June 14th – Invaders”