Wednesday, 9 June 2021

At The Caravan Site And A Trip To Bewl Water

 What a beautiful part of the world it is along the Kent, East Sussex border. I have visited there lots of times but in the last few days have completely fallen in love with it. Thank you so much to everyone for wishing me well on our break away, your best wishes have obviously worked as with the sunshine and countryside it feels as if we have arrived in paradise. The area may even be overtaking Scarborough for me! We have popped home for a couple of days to catch up with a few commitments and look after Scarlett tomorrow but I'm missing it so much already.

Our little corner of the field is so peaceful. As it has been very warm we have been sleeping with the caravan windows open at night. In the morning I lie there, breathing in the fresh air coming in the window and I can hear a cockerel crowing in the distance. It is the only sound I can hear apart from the birds singing. 


All we have done is walked the dogs and sat and relaxed. We visited a place called Bewl Water which is a reservoir in The Bewl Valley which straddles the Kent, Sussex border. It was constructed in the 1970s  and supplies water to many of the towns around the area. It was so beautiful, we had one of the nicest walks we have ever had with the dogs. 




There is boating, water sports and fishing or you could hire a bike and cycle or walk the full 12 1/2 miles around the perimeter. It was a perfect way to spend a morning.





By the time we got back to the caravan we were all exhausted but a nice exhausted. The dogs are really enjoying the outside life and being with us all the time. I just wish I could replicate this life, in every day life. 



Our internet connection is terrible, I managed to post some photos on Instagram but they took about an hour to upload and pages just won't load. However very quickly I realised that was part of the benefits of being here, no TV, no internet, what coronavirus? There is also a poor little crow that can't fly very well. We have called it Master Crow and Tom drove down to the local Co-Op to buy some sausage rolls to give it. So it is just like being at home really! Have a lovely day everyone. Back soon. xx

7 comments:

  1. It ALL sounds really wonderful..
    And the scenery looks amazing, you
    can't beat the countryside can you!
    And the dogs look as though their
    enjoying it to..all those new smells!
    Have they been in the water yet! :0).

    Let you get on...Have fun..Enjoy! :O)
    πŸ’› 🌱 🌸 🌱 πŸ’œ πŸ’› 🌱 🌸 🌱 πŸ’œ 🌸

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  2. These days we don't switch our TV much, we record programmes and watch when in the mood, we both love reading and music, these days with our huge patio door open listening to bird song. Sadly we spend far too much time on our phones.

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  3. That all looks so lovely and peaceful. When we were away in our caravan I always liked the fact that there was no television, just reading or playing games/doing puzzles with the girls.

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  4. It looks and sounds idyllic. So glad you are having a wonderful time and the dogs are loving it too.

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  5. I love your blog and so glad that you are having a great time!xx

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  6. I'm so glad you're enjoying your holiday as much as you are. Obviously the dogs are as well. It's a beautiful area and looks very peaceful.

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  7. It is beautiful round there. I'm glad you are having such a good time. xx

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