Turn to Hurn

We're off on the road again. After our last trip to the New Forest, I'm a little more organised. I started to throw stuff, willy nilly into the van the night before, so, when our shift finishes, I'm still in uniform as he is motor moving the van out of our compound and into late... Continue Reading →

Back to The Grindstone

The last four months has flown by, in the blink of an eye. Our first season as assistant wardens at the New Forest Centenary Site finished early last November. We were more than ready for a break. Six weeks winter caravanning followed by some Jellybean time took us into 2019. Six weeks of winter sunshine... Continue Reading →

A to B via NE

You get what you pay for, right? One of the dilemmas we experienced on our recent six week holiday in Lanzarote was how we would get to the airport. Generally, we would stump up the money for the Long Stay car park and jump on the free shuttle bus to the airport. The Boss would... Continue Reading →

Willies on Parade

Throwing back the curtains reveals clear blue skies and wall to wall sunshine. Another glorious day in my little bit of paradise. Top of the Morning breakfast snaffled, complete with soda bread, white and black pudding. We find ourselves stuffing towels, water and sun cream into a bag. He's found one of the island's most... Continue Reading →

He Says, She Says on the Sea Shore

Wall to wall beautiful blue skies, little wisps of clouds, sun on our faces and the waves gently lapping on the beach just across from our chosen restaurant for lunch. Destination, Lanzarote. After eight months of working on the New Forest Centenary Site, cleaning the loos, pruning trees, cutting the grass and trimming hedges, booking... Continue Reading →

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