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Welcome to my blog. It is updated weekly with pictures and projects from our homeschool - maybe you can find something to inspire you :) I have a (no longer updated) materials page elsewhere on my website and will, occasionally, post my homemade materials in this blog.

I'm married to Tim (delivery driver and gorgeous musician), have 2 daughters, live on the south coast of the UK and have 1 aging cat (Hemmingway or Hemmy for short). I love reading, yoga, crafts, baking, daft old comedies, music and teaching.

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Sunday, July 27, 2008

Hengistbury Head

Had recovered sufficiently from our over-indulgence of alcohol last night to take a trip to Hengistbury Head this afternoon. It was really hot and sunny - absolutely gorgeous!

We had a lovely long walk and it was great until, about three quarters of the way round, one of my sandals broke and I ended up doing the rest of the walk barefoot! Yes, I walked on grass, gravel, pebbles and footpaths (that were hotter than the fires of hell) ALL the way back to the car park - my poor feet were nearly killed to death.

Anyway, here are some pics and (as is becoming my custom!) a little vid (watch out for a glimpse of my footwear-free wanderings in that!)

Edit: Forgot to say, Tim made a wonderful video from right at the top of Hengistbury Head - a sort of 360°, panoramic view. He's going to post it on his blog later when he's finished editing it so go have a look *smiles* Link to his blog is in my sidebar.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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