Tag Archive: Kids Outdoors

Nov 19

Country Kids in Kent

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Last weekend we have a fab weekend away visiting friends, it was so nice to catch up and watch Monkey and Mouse interacting with their gorgeous little boy. Another thing it did was reignited a want for fresh air. I haven’t joined in Country Kids for ages, not for a lack of want – just …

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Nov 07

Firework Night 2015

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We were planning on visiting a big firework display this year; in Nottingham there is one held at the same site they have the Goose fair and we haven’t visited it since time BC (Before Children).  It has a fun fair, bonfire, a children’s firework display, a big display and mushy peas. We were really …

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Oct 10

A Boat Ride at Rutland Water

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You know that we visited Land’s End recently in Oakham in Rutland and that they treated us to a ride on the Rutland Belle, the boat that takes you around Rutland Water. We have visited Rutland Water before but never been on the water – the Monkey and the Mouse were so excited to be …

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Sep 24

Alphabet Photo

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The Alphabet Photo linky by Podcast is back for its third series and I am going to endeavour to join in. I love the linky because it makes you think about what you are taking photos of and also reminds me to take photos in the week. So starting at the beginning, we are starting …

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Aug 08

A Day out at Conkers

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CONKERS is an award-winning attraction at the heart of the National Forest and we were invited to spend a day there.  It is fairly close to us, about a half hour drive and we have talked about going before but this was our first visit. CONKERS offers both indoor and outdoor experiences across 120 acres of …

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Jul 26

Sunday Photo

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Jul 24

Growing Sunflowers

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Just after Mouse was born, Monkey planted a tomato seed; he loved it, watered it, watched it and even talked to it. The plant grew and tomatoes started to form. There was an unfortunate snail attack on the plant and most tomatoes did not survive; but only a few weeks later we had something – one …

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