Adventure: Segway at Chirk Castle with SegTrek

Over the past few months, I’ve been having lazy Sunday afternoons at Chirk Castle, wandering around their snowdrop and daffodil infested woodlands, feasting on homemade cake and hanging around in their dark dungeons (not as dodgy as it sounds). It’s such a wonderful and inexpensive place to visit with the family or solo (especially if…

Lifestyle: Hello April

Hello, April! I’m a little late I know but wth my lovely little glamping trip in North Wales at the end of last month, holiday prep for Italy next month and all of this glorious sun, I’ve been a tad distracted! Slow Living Currently, I’m spending Sunday mornings in bed with my giant windows open,…

Adenture: Glamping in Llyn Peninsula

Glamping in North Wales Out of all of the amazing outdoor type adventures I’ve done, glamping in North Wales hasn’t been one of them! But I’m certainly glad to have changed that.  If you’re wondering what the heck glamping is? Think of it as camping but with a few creature comforts.   The toilet, shower…

Lifestyle: Hello March!

I’ve spent the first few days of this month breaking through the 200 miles walking barrier and celebrated on the Berwyn moorlands.  The mountains in the distance were blanketed in the snow and the rain and winds were driving in a little fast as we navigated over boggy lands. I’d say navigate but the pup…

Outdoors: Going it Alone (in parts)

This month, I’ve mostly walked on my own and these days  I spend  a lot of time in the natural world alone. I prefer my own company but it’s also down to conflicting schedules. I appreciate not everyone has the freedom of freelancing life. I do love company but not all of the time. I…

Lifestyle : Hello February 

Hello February! The start of the month sees me hibernating in the warmest room in the house when the fire is not lit (the bathroom). Therefore I’m writing to you from in here curled up with the radiator and my shadow (the puppy). Fabulous February (thanks Leönie Dawson) is about recovering from taxing January  (that’s my…

January : Lessons From Walking 100 Miles 

Today is the day I completed 100 miles in January. Actually technically it was yesterday (today’s a rest day) but I did have until the 31st. I’ve seen January for what it is. An important time to witness the winter season in full force. I’ve experienced magical morning sunlight. I’ve felt wet moorelands against the…

Walking: Pistyll Rhaeadr with my Blogger Bytty

Note: That should translate as ‘with my blogger mate.’  Remember how before Christmas, I introduced you to Cerys, a local north Wales blogger I met at a trip in South Wales and how we planned to walk more in 2017? Well I’m delighted to say we started the year off with one of my favourites;…

Outdoors: Walking in a Winter Wonderland

It started at 10 pm last night and in my clogs and dressing gown, rushed out with the pup & co to do a celebratory dance and then wondered if we’d be able to get out? When the morning came along with the gritters we knew we wouldn’t be stuck (I quite like the idea…

Lifestyle: Hello January 2017!

Pictures throughout are some of my favorites from 2016. Head on over to instagram to see more! I managed to take most of Christmas off (nothing to do with my amazing organisational skills  – just luck I think.) Christmas in our new home with all of our families around us has been exceptional.  As my…

Lifestyle: 6 Things My Puppy Taught Me

Baby Bel at only a few months old, along with her sister Sky, broke out of their cot one evening and raided the cupboard for a bag of dog food. The next day they were so bloated, they couldn’t walk!   I knew then, she was mine. We’d both doing anything for food! I originally…

Lifestyle:Christmas Preparations

Up until a few weeks ago, with frost on the ground, snow on the distant mountains and ice cold sun sets, the robins had flocked to my bird feeders and  it was beginning to look and feel a lot like Christmas. At the time of writing this,  we’ve had nothing but soggy, wet and grey…