Have fun. Haven’t camped in a tent since my days as a Boy Scout leader.
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My camping gear lives in my car so I can take off whenever and wherever the mood takes me! I love it. Thanks Denise.
Thanks so much Prior!
“New Forest” as in circa 1300? Hope you get a few warm, dry days to enjoy your back-to-nature gig.
It’s the New Forest in Hampshire, in Southern England, a beautiful national park. Thanks so much Christine.
Beautiful weather in the most wonderful countryside … enjoy – don’t chat up too many sheep or ponies … have fun – cheers H
As the only company I’m likely to have I wouldn’t rule it out! Thanks Hilary.
I thought you might be scratching your palm too … while you wittered away ….!! Enjoy – lovely weather …
Enjoy the break. Brockenhurst? Lydnhurst? Bransgore? Burley? Burley do the best ice cream for miles and would recommend their Magpie’s Nest cone.
Say a fond hello to our tree if you come across it. Drive safe.
The nearest town, Lyndhurst! I’ll look out for the ice cream – and your tree! Thanks, Di.
In the High Street, there used to be a traditional butcher and his venison sausages were quite tasty! The ice cream in Burley is a sugar cone, a huge swirl of Mr Whippy ice cream and the toppings of your choice. The lady used to give you a napkin and a spoon as it would stand about 10 inches high. We’d go there quite often and she would do a small standard cone for the dog (we had to pay of course) but she found it amusing the way he’d gently lick it.
That sound fantastic. Unfortunately I didn’t have time to seek it out as I had a few National Trust sites to visit, but there’s always next time!
Hope you had a good break Keith. If the weather was anything like up here, you had some sunny days.
Only one for it – hot! It was great thanks, just me with animals for company.
Enjoy your time with nature, Keith!! 🙂
Thanks so much Susi.
I’m a bit jelly… 😉
Hope you are having a blessed and beautiful time!
On my way now and it’s getting better by the mile! Thanks, Mimi.
Enjoy your outing.
Have a great day and rest of the week. 🙂
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