Sunday, 12 April 2015

These Are A Few Of My lovely Things.

So it's the end of the Easter holidays.


What have I achieved well the beginnings of doing the garden over which is still a work in progress , we are approaching GCSE melt down I'm sure , I'm sure of this as the sins laptop has just given up the ghost prompting a trip to PC world. You are bambozzled with such a choice as technology is out of date within a nano second so fingers crossed this laptop sees him through the end of GcSes and through 6th form.

Jinkies.


My hair has developed a Farrah Fawcett flick all of its own accord , I should  be grateful as the 1970s are on trend . If space hoppers are not included as a mode of green transport by one of the political parties , I'll eat my hat if I could find it.


You'll not have failed to see that I was in Berlin the first week of the Easter holidays and it was a week of walking and discovery ; grasping opportunities that came my way is very much the order of the day. I find that I need to remember my tea bags next time as my tea levels have only just returned.


Last Thursday saw we geocaching with my bloggy friend Catherine  her son and another of Catherine's friends which was awesome. We went to Calke Abbey and though I've been there so many times but never go off piste into the sweeping grounds. Catherine had a Geocaching app which she had downloaded and we able to use this off line so no wasting any data!





The treasure of the geocache! 

So these weeks I'm loving family , friends , travel and tea.

18 comments:

  1. That looks like a huge Geocache! Most of the ones round here are micro ones which my daughter doesn't like. She wants some treasure in her finds!

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  2. I've always wanted to do geocaching! I wouldn't know where to start though. It's GCSE meltdown time in our house too -_-

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  3. I really want to try Geocaching but my map reading skills are terrible

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  4. Lovely photos - my big sis has her first lot of GCSEs in a month :/ x

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  5. Oooo treasure!
    Geocaching sounds like a lot of fun. I really have to try it one day.

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  6. Geocaching is something I had never heard of until I started blogging. I think I would be pretty useless at it though x

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  7. Omg we did geocaching in school I love anything to do with nature, I always want to do long hikes butt my bf disagrees with me ;) Exam prep time here too, eeek the worst! So good to have summer here though xxx

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  8. Lovely photos and we have a cat very similar to yours! - Gorgeous :)

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  9. Love your photos and YES....always remember that tea on trips away!! ;)

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  10. I've not tried geocaching before, sound like a great adventure

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  11. I've never tried Geocaching, on my list now :)

    Abi

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  12. You get treasure? I need to go geocaching! Great photos by the way. I love the one of the footsteps up the grassy hill.

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  13. I keep saying that I want to try geocaching but haven't got round to it. Maybe in the summer x

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  14. aww lovely photos geocaching sounds good fun too one day will look into it

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  15. Sounds like you had a nice Easter holiday. We've never tried geocaching, but I always mean to give it a go.

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  16. that shot of the wall is amazing! x

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  17. We've not been geocaching yet but hubby would love it.
    Fab pics x

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