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You lucky folks have a Bank Holiday within sniffing distance, what a treat having a long weekend.  We are full to the brim and looking forward to the atmosphere that the final summer bank holiday brings. This week, with no children until Thursday I have been busy eating and drinking. 
Mevagissey is a perfect picture postcard Cornish Fishing Village; a stunning harbour, tea shops, tasty fish and chips and crabbing off the harbour walls.  Hop on the bus that stops right outside the campsite and 10 minutes later you will be engulfed in one of my favourite places to visit.
Howdy Campers, I feel very self-indulgent; let me set the scene for you, any parent, especially those with toddlers will know alone time is rare!  One day a week my mother in law has Anna whilst the bigger two are at school. So here I am, child free, dishes done, warm tea in hand with radio in the back ground, typing away…bliss! 
Mike, our lovely warden has inspired this weeks blog because, yes you have guessed it, he has broken his leg.  He is fine and in good spirits, just very, very frustrated he cannot be out and about cutting his rather lovely stripes in the grass which he has been so proud of all season and which we have come to love and admire.
pasty making
With Father’s Day just around the corner and my Dad coming to stay for not only Father’s Day but also his birthday (that’s going to cost me!) I have been thinking a lot about Dad’s. Richard and I are lucky to both have amazing Dad’s; both of whom in their own unique ways have helped us get to where we are and become who we are…
Every evening on my to-do list has been a blog since the last one…but by the time everyone is fed, watered blah blah blah I am almost asleep.  This morning I have the luxury of sitting at the computer whilst Richard takes our younger two children down the trail which runs right outside Little Winnick so I can race through my to do list!
free days out