Geese in Motion

Normally I like to take a particular picture to meet the Daily Post Photo Challenge, but I had been looking for an excuse to share these geese with you … This dance troupe were the entertainment at the Camp House Inn in Worcestershire where we moored for an evening while on our narrowboat holiday. It … Read moreGeese in Motion

Intense – Bodmin Jail

This weekend in celebration of Chris’ birthday we headed south in the van and he got to choose the excursions … Bodmin Jail was built in 1779 and saw 60 executions before it closed in 1927. The entrance to the jail is through a lush, bright, luxurious bar where you purchase your tickets before stepping … Read moreIntense – Bodmin Jail

Coleridge

On one of our recent expotitions we found ourselves at Coleridge Cottage, one time home of poet Samuel Taylor Coleridge, and the place he wrote some of his most famous poems including The Rime of the Ancient Mariner and Kubla Khan. It is a beautiful cottage with rooms that have been recreated as if Coleridge … Read moreColeridge

Spring Sprung!

Yesterday was the first day of Spring meteorologically speaking. “Meteorological seasons are based on the annual temperature cycle and measure the meteorological state as well as coinciding with the calendar to determine a clear transition between the seasons.” – but you knew that already! And for the last few days I have been getting carried … Read moreSpring Sprung!

Mavis is Free!

We escaped to the countryside on the weekend to see if we could get my little sis and her husband into our exciting new obsession with geocaching. We started at Great Witcombe Roman Villa and then headed off into the woods … Chris had scorched some hitch-hikers for travel bug dog tags and we decided … Read moreMavis is Free!