Boo Hewerdine in Cambridge

We rolled into town too late in the afternoon to do any sightseeing, so we went straight to our hotel and had some dinner before the show. I’m calling it the Boo Hewerdine… Continue reading

Norfolk Coast Path Day 4

After our near-marathon effort the day before, there were only six miles between us and the finish line in Hunstanton. Though both a bit the worse for wear, we were up and packing… Continue reading

Norfolk Coast Path Day3

We intended to walk 14 miles from Wells to Titchwell, but the weather was nice, so we decided to push on an extra 4 miles to Thornton, then walk back to Titchwell. Once… Continue reading

Norfolk Coast Path Day 2

The neighboring campers’ kids made sure our overindulgence at the festival didn’t cause us to oversleep. After braving the unheated showers and fortified with a hot breakfast, we packed our 500 pounds of gear… Continue reading

Norfolk Coast Path Day 1

We hung around Middlesbrough just long enough to wish Craig’s neice a happy 18th before we were off once again, this time Norfolk-bound. We were going to the Voewood Festival to see British Sea Power and,… Continue reading

Three Days in The Lakes

Craig’s parents have a caravan (what we in the South call a trailer) in the Lake District and were generous enough to let Craig and I spend a few days there. It’s a… Continue reading

Beamish, Merry Olde England

After Craig and I had given up hope of him getting his August vacation, he got last minute notice that it was approved, but he would bookend the trip with site visits in… Continue reading

Pinterest Round 3

They say the third time is the charm. My skin has healed after my DIY Pore Strip chemical peel, and I’ve accepted that it’s probably best that I don’t have a delicious cookie… Continue reading

Pinterest 60 Second Chocolate Chip Cookie Fail?

Craig is Oman for the next week, so I’m having a knitting friend/ former coworker over for dinner (lamb and roast veg, thanks for asking). You might think I would be doubting my… Continue reading

Chungju via Danyang

We had great plans for the weekend: go to Danyang, see the caves, and take the ferry to Chungju to watch Chungju Hummel v Changwon City, taxi back to Danyang where we would stay… Continue reading