We always love Halloween and we were lucky to have heaps of children and adults come to our house this year. Can’t wait for next year.
To wander through the sweeping corridors and grand rooms of Longleat House is to be transported back in time. Exploring this stunning example of high Elizabethan architecture – and the Capability Brown landscaped grounds surrounding it – is a day out in itself. It was substantially completed by Sir John Thynne in 1580. And today, his descendants are still lucky enough to call it their home.
Recently I was lucky enough to visit a friends small farm, where these beautiful animals live. Dogs, Cats, Pigs Sheep & Goats, what more could anyone ask for :o)
We do love Halloween in our house. Once a year we get to dress up, hand out goodies and scare people. All in good fun.
Whilst on a long week end trip to Busselton, Western Australia, recently, I was lucky to be able to spend some time on a local beach and it just happened to be a very popular place to take your dog.
In and around the unspoilt market town of Bradford-on-Avon which is one of the last outpost of the Cotswolds in the western corner of Wiltshire close to the borders of Somerset and only 8 miles from Bath.
Bradford-on-Avon is one of the many truly beautiful town that I was luck enough to visit on my last trip to England.
Some of the beautiful old buildings in the south of England, from my last holiday there.