Last Sunday we went for a walk down Westfield Pill Reserve, Neyland Marina. It is a lovely walk and we go there whatever the season and weather. It is also one of mine and my sisters favourite places to go for a run, although we are tending to run the beach side at the moment as this path gets so dark! It is actually a Cycle Path, but walkers, joggers, runners and scooters are welcome too!
We climbed the gate (well actually I boringly walked through! Oh to be a kid again when climbing seemed so easy!)
Just hanging about!
Played with big sticks! Very useful walking stick, fishing rod or weapon!
Used smaller sticks to start a fire! Luckily not successfully!
This photo makes me think of the song lyric, “A long, long road, with many a winding turn…”.
“She ain’t heavy…she’s my sister!”
We watched the ducks.
We saw a “two-headed duck”! I love capturing water reflections and ripples.
Did lots of climbing and jumping!
Had a wobble! Oops!
My tiny dancer looks very cheeky here!
Rebecca “feeding the river”.
Caitlyn giving us the heebie jeebies by getting close to the water.
“Be careful, you might fall in!”
“No, I won’t!”
They ignored the sign and went fishing…just with a stick! Don’t worry we didn’t catch anything!
Rebecca dancing in the rain!
Isabelle looking cute enough to eat as she enjoys her picnic!
Beautiful baby xxx.
We had a “Funny Hat Competition”. We lost Caitlyn’s hat and it was freezing, so I had to lend her mine which looked huge on her little head!
A wet bench won’t stop us Brits picnicing! Blankets save the day! We should have bought extra to put over our knees! Nanny and the big girls.
Caitlyn hiding in my hat! She was giggling like a loon!
We came home and I popped to see my favourite swans down Gelliswick. We didn’t see the swans at Neyland on this occasion. There are usually lots there.
Joining in with Country Kids.
Where have you been having outside fun with the kids this week?
We’re due a walk in our woods and a play in the Park, so that’s on our to do list when we can fit it in!
I have really enjoyed this post and almost feel like I have been on the walk with you. It is full of fun at every turn. Your path really reminds me of the Camel Trail here where I go cycling and running too. Thank you for joining me on Country Kids
such brilliant photos, love the purple hat xx
Thanks! The Camel Trail sounds good! I would love to have my own bike! Thanks, I love the hat too and could have done with it keeping my own head warm!