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 →

Pensford Viaduct, Bristol

There is nothing better than wagging tails and long walks. It doesn't have to be sunny or even warm (although that does help), happy doggos are the best. Since being back in Bristol, I have been borrowing two dogs. One of which is actually the son of my late dog, Jed. His name is Dexter... 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 →

Dower House and Stoke Park, Bristol

Usually at this time of the year we are hiding from the winter cold. However with England being in yet another lockdown, we are embracing it and exploring more of the outdoors. Even if it does rain! Always smiling when there's a coffee in hand! On a blustery Sunday, my sister and I grabbed a... Continue Reading →

Cheddar Gorge, Somerset

Cheddar Gorge is located in the Medip Hills, near the village of Cheddar. Its the UK's largest gorge and has some incredible views both from the top and bottom. Mitch didn't want his photo taken, can you tell? He he You're probably thinking you've heard of Cheddar before? Yup, Cheddar cheese is from Cheddar! It... Continue Reading →

The Upside down house, Bristol

It's been raining a lot here lately, so inside activities are a must. I've never been to an upside down house, nor did I really know what my sister was talking about when she suggested we visited one. My sister, Chloe Honestly I haven't laughed this much in a long time. I felt like such... Continue Reading →

Lizard Point, Cornwall

This is the second part to my previous post, which you can read all about here. After a lovely night in our sheppards hut in Looe, we were back on the bike and headed along the coast to Lizard Point. Our Harley Lizard Point is the most southern part of the UK. A popular walking... Continue Reading →

Arnos Vale Cemetery, Bristol

This is my favourite place to go for a walk in Bristol. A beautifully green hidden gem, this cemetery holds 170,000 of the departed in their final resting place. Most of which has been reclaimed by nature, making this cemetery so incredibly unique. Opened in 1837, the Arnos Vale was created as a spacious garden... Continue Reading →

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