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Occombe Farm - Make Hay Whilst the Sun Shines!

A couple of weeks ago, we spent our first night camping this year. We were so lucky with the weather as it was glorious, instead of the chilly cloudy days that were forecast. 816 more words


Brixham Destination Spotlight

I’m really pleased to be able to post my first guest blog post today, by Chris Watton, friend, former Sales & Marketing Manager for Daish’s Holidays and former employee of the South West Regional Development Agency… 1,076 more words


Yee-haw! Rootin Tootin Car-bootin'

As the sun rises red over the plains. Gold, or at least bargain, fever runs high.The wagons have rolled in. The goods are unloaded.

Across the prairie come two sharp shootin’, fast talkin’ prospectors. 108 more words


Double Elephant, Devon Features Photographer

A set of images shot at the Double Elephant Print Workshop, in Exeter, Devon.

You can see more of my work at http://www.jimwileman.co.uk

Why travel to the South West?

Why travel to the South West? This is a question I have been asked many times. The answer is easy – the South West has so much to offer groups, whatever your group is interested in and whatever their age. 111 more words


Chocolate, Lunch & Cream tea

Last Sunday, feeling a little worse for wear post the sisters 21st birthday party, Jeff and I decided to have a little saunter around Lacock. 538 more words

Moving to the country...

The whole point of starting this blog was to write about the move from town to country, and instead I’ve written one post about my struggles working from home and another about a local character. 552 more words

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