Before my brief interlude raving about my first attempts at outdoor cooking, I was telling you that our disastrous, abandoned camping trip turned out to be a very good thing. How so? Well, quite a few reasons. Here are some:
Articles in Category: Mainland Scotland
If you live within travelling distance of The Hermitage, then you really should visit now to see it in all its autumn glory.
The kids love parcels, especially ones that come through the post. In fact it seems to be their right to open every package immediately as it turns up no matter what it contains or whom it’s for. Little Trekker packages of course come in a brightly coloured bag and are easily identified as something for ‘We Two’.
Every spring we head south (meeting the odd geese going north on the way) to soak up some early vibrant colours gazing at the lush green fields in the south of Scotland, and to see some early lambs frolicking too.
Are there any Little Trekker parents who just LOVE picking up leaflets? It's an essential part of me walking into tourist information centres… and service stations… and cafes - anywhere I can find them, I will get one (or more!).
Two years ago we were due to see the last airshow at RAF Leuchars but because of a dodgy weather forecast chickened out last minute. Ever since then we were planning to go to an even bigger one, and this year I finally got my act together on booking tickets.