You don't have to go far for an adventure. My first wild solo camp in the Ceiriog Valley.
Well it's been a sunny Saturday in North Wales and we've been using it to our advantage to paint the fences, summer house and benches. Sadly not in the lovely blue colour because it was voted 'too much' among the rest of the household.... Anyhow, during a break, one of the neighbours popped around with … Continue reading Day 25 Eating Wild #30DaysWild
Hello, I can't believe 30 days wild is nearly over. I've had so much fun documenting my wild experience and whilst I've not documented everyday (partly because during this, I've been getting my new house sorted) I have been outside come rain and shine. I'm generally an active person anyway but I think this challenge has … Continue reading Day 22: Listening to Wild Sounds #30DaysWild
The original owners of where I'm now living seemed to have loved their garden and wildlife or at least I'd assume they did with the abundance of trees, herbs, bird houses, fruit and wild flowers growing. The previous tenants sadly didn't seem to have shared the love and forgot about it entirely and let it … Continue reading Day 17: Growing a Wild Garden #30DaysWild
I'm a little late in posting today but I've been out doing the garden and exploring a nearby mountain biking track which was in parts, scary but boasted the most scenic views and very large inclines. Today has been certainly sweltering but after a rest and a cheese sarnie, I decided to take my camera … Continue reading Day 5: Take Your Camera For a Walk #30DaysWild
I'm taking part in the 30 Days Wild Challenge - join me now?! When I first changed my lifestyle from a fast paced girl to a slower living kind of country bumpkin, meditation was one of the first things I become interested in. I come from quite an enlightened mum, who's always taught me … Continue reading Day 4: Meditate in the Wild #30DaysWild