Woodland Surprise | 52 Adventures

This week we headed to our local woods that we go to quite often, this time we decided to take a different route and found a park that had been built and we had no idea it was there, it was such a surprise and one that Isla was happy to see. So we decided to explore that and then had a short walk around which I was glad as it was freezing! We all had coats, hats and wellies on but it was still so so cold and walking through the mud and puddles made it worse too, but it was all part of the fun. 








^ Looking for frogs and tadpoles


It was lovely to get out of the house after being cooped up all week with bugs, it really did clear the cobwebs. Im so glad we took a different route and found the park, it can really be wonderful what you find while exploring! Its also nice to do something different, even if it was taking the second path instead of the first. We always like to go to the pond area and see if we can see any tadpoles or frogs, Isla loves looking for the wildlife. Going to your local country parks can be such a cheap fun day out, we only had to pay for parking, so we will now be looking to explore other new places and see what we can find! Its lovely to just switch off and walk around taking in the surroundings and beautiful scenery, or even finding hidden gems! 

It is our mission to have a action packed year, so we have set a goal to have a adventure every week in 2016. We have sat down and wrote a list of 52 activities to do, places to go and explore, also simple things to do at home. Just as long as we have a activity to do once a week we will be happy, and it is also my mission to capture and document the 52 adventures we do together as a family so we can look back at all the things we did that are so easily forgotten. 

1 comment :

  1. Lovely photos, what a fab family outing. Wellies, hats, gloves and scarves are a must for outings at the moment as it is so cold!!! But still lovely to get out and about :)

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