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Rewilding Our Life - Days 26 to 30 and Beyond

We've had a crazy week of work & work related problems, as well as appointments & stuff to sort around Bebe. Our days have been incredibly full, exhausting & there's still so much more to do...
But the one thing that last month's rewilding challenge has done for us - we've made time to be outside... Even when things have been hectic this week & we've barely been able to put one foot in front of the other, we've made time to just sit & eat our lunch or spent a few minutes on the beach before collecting Bebe from daycare.

We've managed a few visits to Hemmick & have loved just sitting quietly watching the waves...





We enjoyed watching a ship just off Portmellon Cove...




Spent some time in North cornwall last weekend...




We've collected rubbish on Hemmick...



And driftwood...


Enjoyed a paddle in the warm sunshine on Monday...


And channelling the stream on Wednesday...



We realise how important it is for us to escape & even spending just 30 minutes out in nature is enough for us to feel recharged... 
We are also making preparations for a road trip to the Swiss Alps very soon, just the two of us this time. The ferry & campsite are booked & we are getting excited... Really looking forward to some time amongst mountains & lakes again.

Kay & Sime
xx

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Kath said…
nothing like nature for restoring the spirits. Your trip sounds very exciting!

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