Queenstown Skydive

Within seconds he was gone and I swear my heart skipped a beat. As he exited the plane I was left with a picture his face – drained of colour and smiling nervously. I remained…

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Exploring Tegg’s Nose Country Park

My dad is like a walking sat nav, except for the fact that whenever I ask him where a place is, he really does know where it is. Before retiring he worked in sales and…

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Why I’m Excited About The Future

As I sit here pondering over events from the last month, I realise just how much my life has changed in the past 5 years. In 2009 Ian and I took a month out to…

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Walking Through Clouds {Mount Snowdon Descent}

As I looked out across the sea of clouds I realised I was on top of the world. Apart from the warm glowing sun, the sky was devoid of anything. The last of the crowd…

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Walking The Rothay Circuit

The Lake District was the first place that Ian and I went on holiday together. We stayed in a small log cabin in Ulverston, so it wasn’t technically ‘the Lake District’, but it was all…

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Fade To Black

Ian tells me I have the attention span of a goldfish and in some situations this is true. When choosing a film to watch my first question is, ‘how long is it’? If it happens…

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Mountain Biking In Grizedale Forest

Taking spinning out of the equation, the last time I rode a bike and I mean a real bike, was probably about 16 years ago. I figured out that I could cycle the 16 miles…

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Don’t Regret Your Wedding Day, Do It Your Way.

Having fairly recently celebrated our wedding anniversary, it got me thinking about our wedding and weddings in general. We didn’t go down the traditional route as we’re anything but. Instead, six years ago, the two…

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