spring outing

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We’ve just had a truly smashing weekend, the temperature rose to 21c would you believe! It was the bank holiday weekend here in England, that’s when we get Monday off too, a lovely break indeed, just what we needed. After months of gloomy winter, we were able to go out and about again, such wonderful bliss! This time around we ventured on a steam train that went uphill through a beautiful forest. It was a short trail, but enough to keep us happy. The first stop led us through a short walk into the woods, the next station took us to an adventure tree house and the last one was to a picnic area with a little playground. We thoroughly enjoyed our four hours outdoors today, unforgettable. So much so that I felt the need to blog almost instantly! I am going to allow some of the pictures I took tell you the rest of our story, hope you’ll like them! 😉

the steam train awaits us

come on, let’s queue up

off we go…here comes another train!

my son on the nature trail

the girls leading the way!

on to the next station

are we there yet?

at the adventure tree house

bridge on the tree house

adventure tree house from the outside

there goes the train again!

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10 responses

  1. I’ve heard the stories about English weather so it truly does look amazing! Spring’s been very slow in coming this year, hasn’t it? Seems to be the case most places in the world too. Lovely photos as always!

    • yes, we are making the most of the hot spell before it’s back to cloudy and grey again, that’s english weather for you! spring’s definitely late this year but it’s worth the wait…so beautiful at the moment everywhere you turn. must be lovely where you are too, thanks for popping by lillian!

  2. Hi, I enjoyed looking thru your very well taken pics. You a good photographer…and captured the scenes very well.
    And yes, Spring is really beautiful, birds singing, buds coming out, and retiring all the woolies.
    Incidentally, which part of England is this place? Really very nice.
    You have a nice day, and keep a song in your heart.
    Best regards.
    Lee.

    • Thank you for popping by and leaving your positive comments. This time around we ventured to the south west countryside, a truly lovely corner of England!