We awoke on Friday to a glorious, sunny morning. Spotting the opportunity to get our vitamin D topped up, we headed to one of our favourite summer spots, Nonsuch Park. I’ve blogged about this place before, largely because we spent most of Spring/Summer 2014 hanging out there.
Unfortunately, the winter weather hasn’t inspired us to head out there, so we haven’t been for many months. We broke our spell of absence, packed a ‘picnic’ (can you call a cheese toastie and tub of fruit and nuts a picnic?) and jumped in the car.
I was also pretty excited to get some snaps with my new camera (a Nikon D5300), however upon arriving realised that I had cleverly left home without any memory cards. Doh! So you are therefore subjected to some pictures by my phone, and a very well-filmed (insert sarcasm here) video from my phone to document the trip.
Anyway, regardless of me being unable to use the camera, we were all happy to get some sunshine and spot some signs of spring. I was particularly excited to see some new buds on the magnolia tree.
It was pretty nice getting back to Nonsuch park after all this time and we’ll be looking forward to returning again soon.
I shall leave you with this little video clip of me wittering on and the kids being cute.
I created this post purely for the purpose of linking up with one of my favourite blogs, Coombe Mill, for their linky #CountryKids. Coombe Mill are on my blogroll Blissful Blogs. One day we will visit Coombe Mill as it looks like a fantastic place for all of the family to holiday. Go check them out!