Our big day for a big walk, The Wivey Way, a 20 mile circular walk around the Somerset town of Wiveliscombe. Wivey has been our home for the last 14 years, and we are now, albeit temporarily, leaving it for a life on the road. Travel and adventure on a slightly larger scale. And what a fitting way of saying goodbye to Wivey but to take the opportunity to view it from every angle. We were blessed with great weather, not too hot, and as luck would have it, our fellow walkers homes were alongside the route so suitable pitstops were easily at hand.
[everytrail 2193460] Whatever your best intentions, training for some slightly arduous task can so easily get diverted (in my case often by friends offering alcohol).
What with the proposed Wivey Way walk on Sunday, and after a day stuck in the van working on the [Festival Guide](http://10parishesfestival.org.uk), I decided I
Sunday saw the first of the new Wivey Town Markets, inspired in part by the successful 10 Parishes Festival Street Markets held in September. If
Apparently, the BBC are reporting that [tonight we have a good chance of seeing a ‘supermoon’](http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-23013393), otherwise known as a ‘perigee’, which occurs when a
It’s funny how small changes can alter the way you see things that you are already familiar with. Last night we went to the pub
Finally a day of relative relaxation. Not helped by being woken overnight by the sound of heavy rain hitting the roof of the van, but
So this is it! After several years of trying to lead a more minimalist lifestyle, I’ve whittled the house down to a completely empty state!
Fish and chips, Exmoor Ales, Trad. Jazz, Salty Sea Dogs (and that’s just the women) – Job Done!
A great keynote from Apple, lots of new things to look at and ponder, but a few awkward moments too.