Exploring Nature With #30DaysWild, Part One: Day 1-10

Today is 1 July, and throughout the whole of June we’ve been taking part in the ’30 Days Wild’ initiative, hosted by The Wildlife Trusts. What that means is basically that we’ve done at least one thing per day to connect in some way with the nature and wildlife around us. They’ve all been pretty … More Exploring Nature With #30DaysWild, Part One: Day 1-10

Growing Plants From Food Scraps II: Lemon, Celery & Honeydew Melon!

Earlier this year, we shared about how we’d started growing a couple of things from food scraps, with inspiration from the wonderful book ‘Linneas Windowsill Garden’. (If you’d like to revisit that post, you can find it here: Growing Plants from Food Scraps! Part I: Pineapple and Avocado) Since then, we’ve planted a few more … More Growing Plants From Food Scraps II: Lemon, Celery & Honeydew Melon!

Days Out in the South East: Wildwood Trust Animal Park

Last week we visited a place called Wildwood for the first time! It’s a really nice wildlife park, run by the Wildwood Trust charity, which mainly focuses on British wildlife past and present. We saw deer, bears, wolves, snakes, owls and other birds, spiders, rodents, bison, an otter, badger, fox, beaver, elk and many other … More Days Out in the South East: Wildwood Trust Animal Park

Experiencing a Lunar Eclipse, on the 50th Anniversary of Apollo 11’s Lift-Off

Last night, we went for a late evening walk down by Rye Harbour, and got a great view of the partial lunar eclipse of the ‘Buck Moon’, as the full moon of July is sometimes called. The moon was huge and had a redish hue (unfortunately not really visible in the photos I snapped with … More Experiencing a Lunar Eclipse, on the 50th Anniversary of Apollo 11’s Lift-Off