May Camping


Last weekend we packed up for a little bit of camping in Dorset, but before I get round to sharing that I thought I would show you pictures from our first trip this year. We made a total last minute decision on the first bank holiday weekend in May, as the weather was supposed to be lovely. We flipped a coin and everything! We just went for one night, picked a place off of google in Devon, packed up the minimum for one night and headed there in the car.

The campsite was amazing, it had a small pool and great play park, but the best was the view from the camping field (away from all the caravans too!) They had electric and water points, but just up the brow of the hill the most amazing view of the sea opened up in front, and all you could see was blue. We saw the sun set on the first night, and the sun just after it had risen in the morning..not that we planned too, but camping equals early rising. I can't say I minded too much though.

The trip came at just the right time, I needed to reset. The sea always helps me do this, and I sat for a long time just looking out and enjoying the silence. We'll definitely be back, and I'm hoping that perhaps if September is nice, we may be able to squeeze in one more trip!






May Camping


Last weekend we packed up for a little bit of camping in Dorset, but before I get round to sharing that I thought I would show you pictures from our first trip this year. We made a total last minute decision on the first bank holiday weekend in May, as the weather was supposed to be lovely. We flipped a coin and everything! We just went for one night, picked a place off of google in Devon, packed up the minimum for one night and headed there in the car.

The campsite was amazing, it had a small pool and great play park, but the best was the view from the camping field (away from all the caravans too!) They had electric and water points, but just up the brow of the hill the most amazing view of the sea opened up in front, and all you could see was blue. We saw the sun set on the first night, and the sun just after it had risen in the morning..not that we planned too, but camping equals early rising. I can't say I minded too much though.

The trip came at just the right time, I needed to reset. The sea always helps me do this, and I sat for a long time just looking out and enjoying the silence. We'll definitely be back, and I'm hoping that perhaps if September is nice, we may be able to squeeze in one more trip!






Postcards from Devon part three

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So before we go on holiday next week and I have another thousand photographs to go through and share I thought I'd put up the last of our trip from Devon, from what seems like months ago! I actually think that these might be my favourite set from that trip. Rob joined us for the end of our mini holiday in the Easter holidays and we took a trip over to Dawlish Warren for a play on the seafront and perhaps a little go on the 2p machines...

After our last beach trip got cut a little short by the sea mist rolling in we were more than happy to have another paddle and play on the beach. It was great to see Theo's confidence with the waves and the sea grow over the few days, and I hope that this means over the summer when (fingers crossed!) it's warmer we can go a little further in! 

At the weekend we're heading over to Norfolk for some of our dear friends wedding and we couldn't be more excited! Following that we're taking our bell tent and camping with it for the first time along the beautiful Norfolk coast. I can't wait to show Rob and indeed Theo the places and beaches I used to visit when I was little and share my seaside experience with them. 

I have a few more posts lined up this week (hopefully!) but as of next week we're going pretty off grid with no electricity and probably not a lot of internet! I feel like I need a little holiday, and I just can't wait! 

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Postcards from Devon part three

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So before we go on holiday next week and I have another thousand photographs to go through and share I thought I'd put up the last of our trip from Devon, from what seems like months ago! I actually think that these might be my favourite set from that trip. Rob joined us for the end of our mini holiday in the Easter holidays and we took a trip over to Dawlish Warren for a play on the seafront and perhaps a little go on the 2p machines...

After our last beach trip got cut a little short by the sea mist rolling in we were more than happy to have another paddle and play on the beach. It was great to see Theo's confidence with the waves and the sea grow over the few days, and I hope that this means over the summer when (fingers crossed!) it's warmer we can go a little further in! 

At the weekend we're heading over to Norfolk for some of our dear friends wedding and we couldn't be more excited! Following that we're taking our bell tent and camping with it for the first time along the beautiful Norfolk coast. I can't wait to show Rob and indeed Theo the places and beaches I used to visit when I was little and share my seaside experience with them. 

I have a few more posts lined up this week (hopefully!) but as of next week we're going pretty off grid with no electricity and probably not a lot of internet! I feel like I need a little holiday, and I just can't wait! 

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Postcards from Devon, part one

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So I seemed to have taken an unplanned little holiday from the blog, but truth be told I feel like I've been so busy that it all just seems to slip to the wayside, typical as I have tons I want to share with you! I've probably got lots to share with you as we've been so busy doing exciting things, which is always good. I feel since the beginning of spring I've woken from my hibernation, ready to see people and get out of the house and the city and get back to what I enjoy most. Seeing old friends, staying with family, being by the sea and in the fresh air, remembering what it is to be me and just enjoying time with those closet to me. I'm not sure whether I've made myself keep busy over the past month or so as I knew it would be quite emotional, but I've managed somehow to do it and surround myself with people I love and who understand me, and for that I'm really grateful. There has been lots of catching up and that comfort of knowing that friendships don't change even though your lives do, has been really reassuring. I'm starting to feel a little bit more like me.

Anyway, I'm not entirely sure where that came from, but it seemed to flow onto the keys without me realising! So since the Easter holidays we have been travelling here, there and everywhere, and whilst I remember I'm going to try and share some snippets of those trips. 

Now any long time readers of this blog will know the little love affair I have with Devon, and I'm afraid to say that it's not going to go away any time soon, so soz, you'll just have to deal with the millions of pictures that it urges me to make whilst I'm there. Staying with Rob's grandparents feels like staying in a little holiday home, its always so comfortable and we are made to feel so welcome. I love the little adventures we plan to do together and I know Theo loves it too. 

This time I travelled down to Teignmouth on my own, meeting my mum at Rob's grandparents to hand over Theo after his weekend away camping (so we could get down to some serious d.i.y)  We took a little walk to the beach to show my mum the seafront before saying our goodbyes. Rob wouldn't be joining us for a few days whilst he was back at work. The next day we set off early to travel on the Dartmouth steam train, which involved a ride from Paignton and a ferry ride over to Dartmouth along the beautiful coast line. The journey one the strain and the ferry were of course hugely exciting, and we spent the afternoon looking around the quaint town, browsing in charity and book shops, eating delicious ice cream before heading back on the return journey. Perfect! 

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Postcards from Devon, part one

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So I seemed to have taken an unplanned little holiday from the blog, but truth be told I feel like I've been so busy that it all just seems to slip to the wayside, typical as I have tons I want to share with you! I've probably got lots to share with you as we've been so busy doing exciting things, which is always good. I feel since the beginning of spring I've woken from my hibernation, ready to see people and get out of the house and the city and get back to what I enjoy most. Seeing old friends, staying with family, being by the sea and in the fresh air, remembering what it is to be me and just enjoying time with those closet to me. I'm not sure whether I've made myself keep busy over the past month or so as I knew it would be quite emotional, but I've managed somehow to do it and surround myself with people I love and who understand me, and for that I'm really grateful. There has been lots of catching up and that comfort of knowing that friendships don't change even though your lives do, has been really reassuring. I'm starting to feel a little bit more like me.

Anyway, I'm not entirely sure where that came from, but it seemed to flow onto the keys without me realising! So since the Easter holidays we have been travelling here, there and everywhere, and whilst I remember I'm going to try and share some snippets of those trips. 

Now any long time readers of this blog will know the little love affair I have with Devon, and I'm afraid to say that it's not going to go away any time soon, so soz, you'll just have to deal with the millions of pictures that it urges me to make whilst I'm there. Staying with Rob's grandparents feels like staying in a little holiday home, its always so comfortable and we are made to feel so welcome. I love the little adventures we plan to do together and I know Theo loves it too. 

This time I travelled down to Teignmouth on my own, meeting my mum at Rob's grandparents to hand over Theo after his weekend away camping (so we could get down to some serious d.i.y)  We took a little walk to the beach to show my mum the seafront before saying our goodbyes. Rob wouldn't be joining us for a few days whilst he was back at work. The next day we set off early to travel on the Dartmouth steam train, which involved a ride from Paignton and a ferry ride over to Dartmouth along the beautiful coast line. The journey one the strain and the ferry were of course hugely exciting, and we spent the afternoon looking around the quaint town, browsing in charity and book shops, eating delicious ice cream before heading back on the return journey. Perfect! 

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Postcards from Devon: Misty carboot sales and pigmy goats

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I seem to always forget a to post a bunch of photographs and this set are no exception. They're from our second day in our recent weekend getaway to Devon. I don't know why I feel the need to document and catalogue all these events (by blogging them) but somehow the experience doesn't feel as valid if I haven't put the images in order and up on the blog. Perhaps photography has always been this way though? In fact it's one of the main reasons photography became such a mainstream hobby for so many people, especially those "kodak moments" a term coined from the marketing of photography to everyday people and families, encouraging them to capture the moments we wanted to remember and store in our family albums.

Anyway, I'm getting sidetracked by the evolution of photography...don't you hate it when that happens? But I guess I'm always surprised by my need to do this, and then I realise that in fact this blog and instagram and all those of sharing platforms are just our modern day equivalents of the traditional photo album. Still edited and carefully constructed, portraying ourselves as we want others to see us, just available to a much much wider (in some cases!) audience. I hope that in some way Theo will experience the joy of looking back at this archive of his early life the same way I've enjoyed looking back at my parents collection. Yes it's sad that it's not tangible, but I guess that's the way things go. One day I might get round to printing all these photographs, but not yet!

So, SO. The photographs that follow document a morning visit to our first car boot sale of the year, at a cold and misty race ground. We didn't find much of note, but it was fun to look around all the same. When we'd browsed at all the stalls we carried on a little way to the ever exciting Trago Mills. We always somehow manage to make time for a visit there, and managed to stock up on some bargains such as a whole range of Falcon enamel ware! We visited the animals, laughed at the silly goats and played in the park before calling it a day.

Lovely. 

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Postcards from Devon: Misty carboot sales and pigmy goats

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I seem to always forget a to post a bunch of photographs and this set are no exception. They're from our second day in our recent weekend getaway to Devon. I don't know why I feel the need to document and catalogue all these events (by blogging them) but somehow the experience doesn't feel as valid if I haven't put the images in order and up on the blog. Perhaps photography has always been this way though? In fact it's one of the main reasons photography became such a mainstream hobby for so many people, especially those "kodak moments" a term coined from the marketing of photography to everyday people and families, encouraging them to capture the moments we wanted to remember and store in our family albums.

Anyway, I'm getting sidetracked by the evolution of photography...don't you hate it when that happens? But I guess I'm always surprised by my need to do this, and then I realise that in fact this blog and instagram and all those of sharing platforms are just our modern day equivalents of the traditional photo album. Still edited and carefully constructed, portraying ourselves as we want others to see us, just available to a much much wider (in some cases!) audience. I hope that in some way Theo will experience the joy of looking back at this archive of his early life the same way I've enjoyed looking back at my parents collection. Yes it's sad that it's not tangible, but I guess that's the way things go. One day I might get round to printing all these photographs, but not yet!

So, SO. The photographs that follow document a morning visit to our first car boot sale of the year, at a cold and misty race ground. We didn't find much of note, but it was fun to look around all the same. When we'd browsed at all the stalls we carried on a little way to the ever exciting Trago Mills. We always somehow manage to make time for a visit there, and managed to stock up on some bargains such as a whole range of Falcon enamel ware! We visited the animals, laughed at the silly goats and played in the park before calling it a day.

Lovely. 

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Postcards from Devon

Teigmouth Devon in winter

Devon. If ever there was a place we might escape the city from permanently I think it might have to be here. Every time we visit my heart does begin to wonder whether we could make that move, to live by the sea. I'd like to hope and dream that one day it could happen, as it would be such a big move! 

These photos are self explanatory, our day spent in Teignmouth visiting the pier a year after the big storms ripped half of it away, playing on the 2p machines til our hearts content, blowing bubbles in the wind along the bracing seafront and taking a little ferry with dogs for companions across to Shaldon. We ate lunch, hunted for shells and played on the beach before returning back across the ferry, Rob and I making our own way home walking through the village and back over the water to Teignmouth. It was a good day. 

Teignmouth Devon in winter
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Teignmouth Devon in winter
Teignmouth Devon in winter
Teignmouth Devon in winter
Teignmouth pier Devon in winter
Teignmouth pier Devon in winter
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Teignmouth Devon in winter
Teignmouth Devon in winter
Teignmouth pier Devon in winter
Teignmouth pier Devon in winter
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Teignmouth pier Devon in winter
Teignmouth pier Devon in winter
Teignmouth pier Devon in winter
Teignmouth pier Devon in winter
Teignmouth Devon in winter
Teignmouth Devon in winter
Teignmouth Devon in winter
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Teignmouth Devon in winter
Teignmouth Devon in winter
Teignmouth Devon in winter
Teignmouth Devon in winter
Teignmouth Devon in winter
Teignmouth Devon in winter
Teignmouth Devon in winter
Teignmouth Devon in winter
Teignmouth Devon in winter
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Teignmouth Devon in winter
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Teignmouth Devon in winter
Teignmouth Devon in winter
Teignmouth Devon in winter
Teignmouth Devon in winter
Teignmouth Devon in winter
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Teignmouth Devon in winter
Teignmouth Devon in winter
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Postcards from Devon

Teigmouth Devon in winter

Devon. If ever there was a place we might escape the city from permanently I think it might have to be here. Every time we visit my heart does begin to wonder whether we could make that move, to live by the sea. I'd like to hope and dream that one day it could happen, as it would be such a big move! 

These photos are self explanatory, our day spent in Teignmouth visiting the pier a year after the big storms ripped half of it away, playing on the 2p machines til our hearts content, blowing bubbles in the wind along the bracing seafront and taking a little ferry with dogs for companions across to Shaldon. We ate lunch, hunted for shells and played on the beach before returning back across the ferry, Rob and I making our own way home walking through the village and back over the water to Teignmouth. It was a good day. 

Teignmouth Devon in winter
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Teignmouth Devon in winter
Teignmouth Devon in winter
Teignmouth Devon in winter
Teignmouth pier Devon in winter
Teignmouth pier Devon in winter
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Teignmouth Devon in winter
Teignmouth Devon in winter
Teignmouth pier Devon in winter
Teignmouth pier Devon in winter
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Teignmouth pier Devon in winter
Teignmouth pier Devon in winter
Teignmouth pier Devon in winter
Teignmouth pier Devon in winter
Teignmouth Devon in winter
Teignmouth Devon in winter
Teignmouth Devon in winter
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Teignmouth Devon in winter
Teignmouth Devon in winter
Teignmouth Devon in winter
Teignmouth Devon in winter
Teignmouth Devon in winter
Teignmouth Devon in winter
Teignmouth Devon in winter
Teignmouth Devon in winter
Teignmouth Devon in winter
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Teignmouth Devon in winter
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Teignmouth Devon in winter
Teignmouth Devon in winter
Teignmouth Devon in winter
Teignmouth Devon in winter
Teignmouth Devon in winter
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Teignmouth Devon in winter
Teignmouth Devon in winter
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