Woof! It’s International Dog Day!

It’s time to appreciate the love and value which dogs bring to our lives. According to several studies dogs really are good for our health. They can help us become calmer and more mindful, as well as becoming more active and responsible. In addition, just a few times stroking our furry friends can help ourContinue reading “Woof! It’s International Dog Day!”

Dipping your toe into the Scottish Highlands?

I say immerse yourself!!! Here’s a quick video guide for the best route up to the West Coast of the Highlands with a caravan, camper or motorhome. You can explore some of the best scenery in the UK at every turn. Morvich Caravan and Motorhome Club Site is a great location for touring Skye, theContinue reading “Dipping your toe into the Scottish Highlands?”

Northern Lights

Wide sandy beaches, ancient meadows, stargazing in the UK’s largest Dark Sky Park, and home to more castles than any other county in England, Northumberland is a great choice for a holiday adventure any time of the year! The landscape of this huge county has been used as the backdrop for many TV series suchContinue reading “Northern Lights”

Holiday hacks for a Dogtastic summer!

Wanting some inspiration for UK outdoor adventures with your furry friend for your next holiday? Try these tips and links to make the most of your caravanning or camping canine adventures! In celebration of a new furry addition to our extended family, (my brother’s family have bought a cute Cavapoo puppy this month), and asContinue reading “Holiday hacks for a Dogtastic summer!”

Lockdown blues?….5 family friendly ways to get back in touch with nature in January

Too many mince pies and Netflix? Feeling like it’s too long until the summer? Struggling with fewer opportunities to enjoy the great outdoors? Then read on…. As we navigate our way through tighter restrictions and fewer chances to exercise in our local neighbourhoods, it is easy to lose contact with the world around us. InContinue reading “Lockdown blues?….5 family friendly ways to get back in touch with nature in January”

Winter is coming….How to bring the outside in or inside out

As Bonfire night explosions end with a final sizzle, the next thing on people’s minds is usually the beginning of winter and preparations for the festive season ahead. What’s been added to the mix this year is Covid-19, and it’s thrown us rather off kilter with our prewinter preparations. Whether it’s a national lockdown likeContinue reading “Winter is coming….How to bring the outside in or inside out”

Compiegne – a tourist site you will always remember…

History and champagne tasting were on offer for us culture vultures during a winter visit to Compiegne in northern France. The Oise area has long been popular with history buffs as a culture rich region full of destinations linked to the two World Wars. However, our long weekend across the channel proved to be moreContinue reading “Compiegne – a tourist site you will always remember…”