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How To Escape Cabin Fever *If you have little ones

*I have to put the disclaimer here because although some of these options are available to you if you don’t have kids, the reality is that there’s a lot more you can do child free that isn’t generally available to your parent friends. 642 more words

Daily Thoughts

Winter Is Coming.

Winter is coming.

If you’re a Game of Thrones fan this means one thing and if you’re a parent, then it means something completely different. Although I think you could get the men on the wall to admit that toddlers with cabin fever (TCF) are more terrifying than white walkers if they spent an afternoon with them. 976 more words

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Not sure that I like it, but at least it is … interesting!

I love any Log Cabin quilt, but I have to admit that I don’t look too closely very often … unless the colours are something I would like to live with, or the use of fabric is spot on. 149 more words



Just heard today from John Rudd at New Forest Log Cabins that he’ll be doing my drawings and costings tomorrow.  Hope so.  Impatient to get started now, after years of dithering!  84 more words

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7 Phillips Seasonal Beers I want to See Again This Winter

We all know the brewers at Phillips pretty much have ADHD when it comes to seasonal beers—they’ll make the most amazing seasonal beer you’ve ever tasted and after a month it gone and they never make it again. 514 more words


Horror Movie Review: Cabin Fever (2016)

It has been 14 years since the release of Eli Roth’s cult classic, Cabin Fever. Whether you’re a fan of that movie or not there is no denying that it had a couple of memorable moments. 930 more words

Horror Movie Reviews

Cabin Fever (2016) ★

This remake of the 2002 original is ultimately just as pointless as it sounds, with no notable touches made to improve upon the deeply flawed first entry to provide a justification for this movie’s existence (after all, the original is only 14 years old and doesn’t have a significant cult following, so there’s no obvious motivation for remaking it at all), yet curiously retaining its deeply unpleasant vibe, all of it conspiring to ensure that this movie doesn’t satisfy anybody.