The Classical Bike Show, Stafford

For over two decades the Classic Bike Show has attracted motorbike enthusiasts from various corners of the globe. It enables them to get up close and personal with bikes, bikers and other like minded people amongst the biking community. Attracting over 30,000 visitors per show, it remains the most popular and largest event of its... Continue Reading →

Gloucester Cathedral

Where is the time going? Already we are half way through September and I barely got a chance to enjoy the Summer! Although Autumn is my favourite time of year, it would of been nice going into it with a little bit of a tan. This week I visited the Gloucester Cathedral with my friend,... Continue Reading →

The Moon at Bristol Cathedral

Luke Jerram’s Moon is currently touring and being displayed all around the world and from the 11th August - 30th August, it was at Bristol Cathedral. My sister and I were lucky enough to see it and it was incredible. The sculpture is a scale model photo-real balloon which is lit from the inside. Surrounded... Continue Reading →

Sally Lunn’s House, Bath

Naked. This past week has been better. I am still down in the dumps about little Meggy, but I've been out more and my bike is almost all fixed so that's helping. So far I have replaced the CDI, rectifier, battery, fuel hoses, fuel switch valve, repaired the dodgey wiring in the front and pretty... Continue Reading →

Puzzlewood, Coleford

WARNING: This next paragraph contains self pity, wallowing and despair which may not be appropriate for all audiences. The past couple of weeks have been a bit poop. Firstly, little Miss Megan has passed. I'm so sad and not quite sure what to do with myself. She was a little angel on earth and I'm... Continue Reading →

Kew Gardens, London

The best Christmas present ever reward goes to my sister. She bought me a red letter experience day to Kew Gardens which we used last week. Ever since Kew Gardens had their own 50p released, I've been desperate to go. Finally 12 years later, we made it. 6am coach Our day started at 4am which... Continue Reading →

The Goodwood Festival of Speed

Umbrellas and a negative covid test at the ready, we joined over 200,000 people at the Goodwood estate, for the Festival of Speed. Amongst those festival goers was none other than Tom Cruise. Of course his day was probably way more luxurious and involved a lot less mud than ours, but I'm still claiming to... Continue Reading →

Stone Henge, Salisbury

This post has been sitting in my drafts since September. Lonely and neglected, Stone Henge is finally on the blog! Back in September, my friend April and I (the one who got married a couple of months ago) drove down to Sailsbury to see Stone Henge. I've driven past it a few times before, but... Continue Reading →

Symonds Yat and Wye River

Symonds Yat is a beautiful village in Herefordshire, close to the Welsh boarder. With the River Wye lacing through the lush woodland, it is full of stunning views which can be best appreciated, from the top of Symonds Yat Rock. A photo of the two of us, a rarity Lucy, Mitch and little miss Megan... Continue Reading →

A ghostly tour around Bristol

Last night I toured around Bristol on a ghost walk and it was so much fun. I learned so much about the history of the places I've walked past countless of times, having no idea what secrets lie behind the walls and beneath the floors (add dramatic music here). We learned about filming locations, murders,... Continue Reading →

Paddle boarding the river Avon

So a few changes have happened since I last wrote. Firstly... I've got a job! Well two jobs actually. I work in a warehouse and as a dog grooming assistant which are both part time. I didn't want anything too full on, so this is perfect for me as I still get some free time... Continue Reading →

William Tyndale Monument, Nibbly Knoll

After years of driving on the M5, pointing and saying, "We'll go up there one day..." We finally went up there! The William Tyndale Monument can be found on a hill looking over the North of Nibbly. Standing at 111ft tall, it was built in 1866 in rememberance of William Tyndale. Mitch thinking he's hilarious,... Continue Reading →

Stanton Drew Stone Circle, Bristol

With my new found freedom I can now go on spontaneous walks to places I've always wanted to go. It's great but I'm still feeling a little off and adjusting. I've joined the gym and the walks are helping but I'm ready to work again already. I've applied for quite a few jobs so hopefully... Continue Reading →

And we’re done!

After my last post we've made a couple of changes. Scary, changes... But they needed to happen and you can't make progress if you don't make changes right? Our home for the past three and half years Firstly we've quit our jobs. This terrifies me even writing this. Mentally and physically neither of us are... Continue Reading →

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