Enjoying the outdoors

This photo was taken at Carlton cemetery on one of the many sunny days we’ve had in April. When our choices are limited when outside, then you have to take advantage of any place that is still open, and cemeteries can be a great place for a peaceful walk away from people.

Florida and its Freak Weather

On our most recent trip to Disney World, Florida in May 2018 we didn’t get the weather we hoped for, like the weather we got two years earlier in May 2016. When we looked ahead at the weather forecast before arriving in Florida the weather seemed rather decent, but it all changed once we were … More Florida and its Freak Weather

Tattershall Castle

We chose a lovely day to visit Tattershall Castle in Lincolnshire, it felt like a summer’s day! Situated in the little village of Tattershall, the 15th century castle is in great condition and looks more like a tower than a castle. It used to have spires on top of each of the four turrets, but … More Tattershall Castle

Spring in Rutland

I have not written a TravelTuesday post in a while, so thought I would post this lovely photo of the rally field at Rutland Caravan and Camping. We visited the in-laws on one of their days off  from working at this campsite and we timed it well with the good weather. It meant we could … More Spring in Rutland

The Italian Gardens

Scarborough is one of our favourite destinations and we have been on quite a  few occasions. But on our latest visit we saw a new part of the town, which we have never come across before. We walked along the Esplanade, which had magnificent views of the sea and the town. We were searching for … More The Italian Gardens

The Greyness

British weather has a reputation of being pretty crud. It’s true, it is pretty crud. But the mistake made about our weather is that it’s bad because it rains so much. This might be the case for Wales, but not necessarily so for the rest of the British Isles. It’s not the rain, the cold, … More The Greyness