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The proposal at Eden Project zipline

Of all the ziplines I’ve tried, the one in Eden Project (Cornwall) is the most unforgettable. My friends JC and Panky (the two in the far left) got engaged during the experience. 54 more words


In a vase on Monday - sweetpeas

Everything has really caught up with me this week and I am full of a horrible cold.  We had a wonderful day at Tatton Park Flower Show  on Friday– so much inspiration for our garden, but it was a very long day.   344 more words


Renovations and A Holiday

We’re going backwards a little here, trying to document what happened earlier in the year. Being pregnant and working full time , blogging wasn’t my first priority ! 325 more words

Good Life

REVIEW: Ben Howard at Eden Sessions

It was a sign of good things to come when, after battling traffic and increasing miserable weather, as we settled onto the grassy banks before the Eden Sessions stage, the clouds broke and the warmth of the sun was met with spontaneous applause.There was a definite air of anticipation among those gathered to see local boy done good Ben Howard return to the Eden Project after five years, during which time he has shot to fame with double platinum debut Every Kingdom and 2014’s I Forget Where We Were. 324 more words


A VW Journey concludes; St Mawes, St Austell & Beyond

Wow! Life got busy recently and its been a while since we posted. We’ve got so much to tell you about but first we need to add the final chapter of our 1st VW road-trip with Dita. 977 more words

Vintage VW

Back in Eden

Back to the Eden Project the same time as last year, I delved deeper into applying the principles and concepts showcased so imaginatively. The construction industry I work in is one of the most carbon-intensive industries due to its use of cement, so a huge shift away from cement would be required to de-carbonise construction. 48 more words


A Triple-Braided Cord

The Morning Message: The message of hope

A Cord of Three Strands

New Living Translation
A person standing alone can be attacked and defeated, but two can stand back-to-back and conquer. 530 more words