Lately I’ve been a little… not sure what to call ‘it‘, ‘that feeling“. I’m sure everyone’s felt it at some time? That feeling…when you’re just a little ‘out of it’, not unwell, but a little…fed up?
Is it the change of season? Am I affected by SAD, Seasonal Affective Disorder? I’m not sure, but Continue reading “My 7 Ways To Stop That Strange Feeling”
Yesterday, as I was walking through the woods, I was thinking about the time we found an owlet. We learnt a few things that day and I often wonder if the little fella survived. I wrote about it in June 2017. It was a day we’ll always remember and I thought it was worthy of a #Throwbackthursday…
3 Things to do if you find an owlet (posted June 2017)
Wharncliffe & Greno Woods is a beautiful place near Sheffield and every time we go we seem to discover different paths for walking and find more mountain biking trails too. Continue reading “#ThrowbackThursday – 3 Things To Do If You Find An Owlet”
Originally posted Aug 2017 on Lovingthefiftysomething.com
Can you imagine a world without trees? Isn’t that a terrible thought? I was thinking this while I was on one of my many walks last week. Continue reading “#Throwback Thursday – A world without Trees?”
We bought ‘Head in the Clouds’, over sixteen years ago, she was an empty rusty shell and has been transformed into our home. There are still many things needing to be done to her, but we were able to move aboard last October and so far, we love living the boat life.
You can read this post, ‘It’s time to sell up and live on a boat‘ where I explain a little more about her and the transformation so far. Although we’ve had her for so long, we have only, so far enjoyed short journeys, so we thought it was time to try a bigger trip and venture up to York, which was always one ‘cruising‘ journey we wanted to do. We were quite excited about the trip, it was a big deal for us because:- Continue reading “A Slow Meander to York – Part 2 – The Selby Canal & Our First Challenge”
The Forestry commission have excelled themselves in developing a wonderful area for all ages to enjoy nature at its best within the beautiful surroundings of Sherwood Forest, Nottinghamshire. Sherwood Pines is open every day except Christmas day, from 8am until dusk and has large, scenic areas for parking. It cost us £6 to park for the whole day, which we felt was well worth it for the great day we had in such a gorgeous place. There is so much to do at Sherwood Pines… Continue reading “A list of things to do at Sherwood Pines”
I awoke this morning really early, to the sound of very noisy birds, singing & twittering to their hearts content, not caring at all that there are people trying to sleep on this boat. I was quite excited because today I was travelling to London. Continue reading “A day of contrasts”
Can you imagine a world without trees? Isn’t that a terrible thought? I was thinking this while I was on one of my many walks last week. Continue reading “A world without Trees?”
Wharncliffe & Greno Woods is a beautiful place near Sheffield and every time we go we seem to discover different paths for walking and find more mountain biking trails too. Continue reading “3 Things To Do If You Find An Owlet”