Carefully honing our pirate skills, we went hunting for treasure on the banks of the Thames and in the chocolate shops of London. Under licence we had a look to see what can be seen at low tide with a … Continue reading
Happy Fathers day everyone !
Worrybomb and friends went up to Scotland to explore the Small Isles. We stayed at Doune Knoydart on the Knoydart peninsula. We walked, scrambled, got nibbled on by midges, sailed, explored and ate wonderful things. We had incredible weather with sun every … Continue reading
Some of Great Grandads steam engines have come our way. We now have three traction engines and a static steam engine. We decided to fire a couple up. We ran the WILESCO D405 around the street. The Mamod ran okay, … Continue reading
Worrybomb has been continuing her travels, this time to Paris ! It was our first time on the EuroStar and slightly odd to be eating lunch under the Channel at 300 km per hour. We spent 4 days in the … Continue reading
Worrybomb is studying the Saxons at school and we headed over to Barbury Castle near Swindon to see a Saxon ring fort. In the 6th century the site became part of the Saxon kingdom of Wessex, following the defeat of … Continue reading
We went back to the canal with Cousin S to have a go at rowing again. It was great fun zig-zagging across the canal 🙂
Worrybombs adventure on the Isle of Wight was mentioned on the bikeovernights.org website The site is run by Adventure Cycling Association which by using crowd sourced articles promotes cycle travel and bicycle adventuring by sharing short overnight bicycle adventures of … Continue reading
So we have camped and cycled a few times, but never together. So after having read lots of Enid Blyton recently, we decided to go in search of adventure to the Isle of Wight. We packed up tents, sleeping bags and Flossie … Continue reading
Its nearly Christmas so the three of us went up to London to see the lights, blow some glass and have some fun. Someone in SWT has a sense of humor, I remember seeing something similar a few years back. … Continue reading
It was cold and blustery, but we needed to get out for a walk, so White Horse Hill ( a family favourite ) called. When I was studying, I remember it was a thing to see how many people you … Continue reading
Worrybomb celebrated Guy Fawkes night. With rockets, sparklers and some (s)marshmallows we headed up to the hill. Between setting fire to things I managed to take a few photos of the girls and their sparklers.