On your bike, Son! | Diary of the Evans-Crittens

Wednesday, 2 January 2013

On your bike, Son!

Hello All,

I recently found Coombe Mill's  "Country Kids" Linky where we can link up our outdoor fun blog posts and thought that would be a fun Linky to join in with as we're usually out and about enjoying the fresh air wherever we can.

I didn't plan to join in straight away as we have been spending a lot more time indoors than usual these last few days, and not just because of the weather.

At Christmas we tend to play with indoor toys, board games and I actually encourage the children to watch more tele (?)!   I love Christmas tele and DVDs!

However, then I remembered that we had been out on the new bikes and Danny's new scooter!  It was a cold, wet day, so we took the less scenic tarmac route rather than the muddy woods!










We still had fun though!  Danny was doing lots of jumps and spins, but my phone camera was not fast enough to catch him.  I'm hoping to be able to start using my camera again in 2013 and maybe take part in The Boy and Me's 365 Photographic Linky.  I may start taking the photos now on my camera, and once we have sorted our laptop/USB situation I can upload them and start posting them again. 

Now the New Year has started, I'm looking forward to getting out and about again!


How are you making sure you get out and about as a family whatever the weather?  



Country Kids from Coombe Mill Family Farm Holidays Cornwall



  1. Claire, lovely to have you on Country Kids and wow to the sunshine there, it has been such a rare treat these past few weeks! Happy New Year to you and I'm looking forward to seeing your outdoor adventures in 2013 so make sure you pack your camera when leaving the house!

  2. Thanks! Yes, there's no danger of me forgetting to take photos of my children...no worries! Even the one year old snaps to attention when she sees my camera or phone! lol. xxx


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