The sun is shining and the skies are blue!
A walk to Penarth Pier with an ice cream in one hand is what Sunday’s are made for.
Lets hope this beautiful weather is here to stay.
Happy Mothers Day to all!
I think I’m the lucky one as I get to share my adventures with my outdoor – loving beautiful daughter.
She makes every experience just that little bit more special.
My husband popped into the shops earlier this week, and I waited for him in the car.
Listening to the radio and gazing outside, I was so lucky to see this beautiful, fiery sunset.
Luckily, I had my camera with me, so I quickly darted outside and was so lucky to capture the amazing display of vibtant colours in front of me.
Nature has always been my favourite artist.
I love the early morning in work.
When you get there. before all the customers, it’s so quiet and peaceful.
It’s a great way to start the day,
just taking five minutes to enjoy the view first hazy views of the morning.
I’m so lucky that my daughter gets to come with me on my Forest Schools sessions.
It’s the perfect place for her to be.
Here she is enjoying a toasted marshmallow squashed between two chocolate biscuits.
What else would you do when you have a lovely open outdoor camp fire!
This is the newest addition to our family, and this tiny little ball of fur has turned our lives upside down.
He really is like having a baby all over again (in many ways), but the happiness he’s brought into our lives is totally worth it.
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My Duke of Edinburgh expeditions have come to an end for this year, and this picture was taken during my last expedition.
We were staying in the Fishguard area and I was on driving duties very early, (so early that I had to dress by headtorch light, as it was so dark!).
Fortunately, I was able to stop for a few minutes and enjoy this beautiful area.
If I wasn’t heading to meet a group of young people, I really could have stayed here all morning.
It’s great to discover a little bit of hidden beauty every now and then.
We recently had a chance to learn about our wonderful and interesting Welsh mining history at Big Pit National Coal Museum.
It’s an amazing place, where you get to dress up like a miner or, (as our miner-guide called our group), ‘Mini Miners!’ and then go underground and explore the coal mines.
It’s a really brilliant place to learn about our history, and entry with the underground tour is completely free.
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This was the first photograph that I shared on my blog in November 2013.
Below is a photograph that I took recently, and wanted to share with you for this week’s Sunday Photo. The very muddy and very wet shoes might have changed over the years, but she still enjoys splashing around in streams and jumping in mud. For me, it shows that my daughter still has her adventurous and wild outlook on life, and that makes me so happy.
(Thank goodness for washing machines!)
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We had a wonderful day out at this week at Cardiff International White Water Centre. Indoor surfing was just one of the amazing activities that my daughter took part in, and she loved it!
CIWW is such an exciting, fun and adventurous place to visit in Cardiff.
I have so many more adventures, which I’ll share with you in future posts.
For more information, prices and activities, please contact the friendly staff at : http://www.ciww.com
With a normal household bin, a spinning wooden plate on the inside, then just a sheet of paper and a little paint, we were able to make the most colourful creations at a local outdoors play scheme recently.
All the children loved this simple, but brilliant creation! This is one of my favourite and most colourful pictures!