Country Kids from Coombe Mill

Posted on April 7th, 2012 - Fiona

The Easter Holidays

After last week’s gorgeous warm sunshine this week felt like a bit of a letdown with the weather. Or at least it did to me;however the children are far less demanding of the British weather and carry on regardless. With school holidays upon us mine have been only too keen to come out and meet all the guests staying and show them all their favourite corners of the farm! This and an eventful week with new animals being born and needing tending has kept my children and those of our guests enjoying the great out doors. 

Theo sharing his rabittsTheo holds a runner duck for all the guests to have a strokeOur orphan lambs are so popular!

Rolo the donkeyHappy with a ducklingAll aboard the farm tractor and trailer

 

Hats galore!

Check out all the lovely “Little Helpers Hats” This new addition is proving popular this season. I am also posting one to Ali for this post http://www.plus2point4.co.uk/2012/03/13/lackham-lambing-weekend/  as my chosen Country Kids post for March. There were some really inspiring outdoor activities and plenty of children clearly having fun; I spent a happy hour revisiting them all, which made it very hard to choose! In the end it was Ali’s perseverance to get the children out for the day with no car which did it for me.

Please keep them coming, new linky every Saturday, I love to share what we have all been upto outside, whatever the weather! 

Country Kids from Coombe Mill Family Farm Holidays Cornwall

 


Silent Sunday / Project 52

Posted on April 1st, 2012 - Fiona

Sshh it’s Sunday…….

Theo Paphitis handing me my #SBS award

TheBoyandMe's 366 Linky Silent Sunday 


Country Kids from Coombe Mill

Posted on March 31st, 2012 - Fiona

An amazing week.

The sun shone from dawn to dusk, how could anyone resisit having fun outdoors? Our children have played out till late with friends at the farm and we have seized every opportunity for a trip to Polzeath beach. The waves were perfect for body boarding so we took full advantage. With rock pools, rocks to climb, acres of golden sand, good parking and facilities it is a great family beach. Despite the gorgeous weather the beach remained largely deserted. I love the feel of the sand and sea salt against my body and the joy of the children laughing and playing. Weeks like this remind me just how beautiful Cornwall is and how lucky I am.  

Polzeath BeachRock pools at Polzeath beachGymnastics practice on the beach

Beach Rock climbingKings of the cliffsJed From the rocks

Chilling out on a surf board A deserted beachParking at the beach

I love this video clip of Jed in the rock pool for the sheer excitement busting from his whole demeanour

An impromptu BBQ was just a delightful way to round off a hard day at the beach. My chance to pass the cooking baton to Nick, for the children to catch up with friends and the grown-ups chill out with Pimm’s and marvel on the wonders of the British weather! 

BBQ at Coombe MillFarmer Nick's giant homemade table!Guy and a ketchup over load!

Just for the record, Guy has not cut himself in this photo, just an overload on the tomato ketchup! 

I can only imagine you have all had a wonderful week too and look forward to seeing your pictures. Please grab the badge and link up your outdoor fun below

  

Country Kids from Coombe Mill Family Farm Holidays Cornwall

 

 


Country Kids from Coombe Mill

Posted on March 28th, 2012 - Fiona

Country Kids from Coombe Mill


Silent Sunday / Project 52

Posted on March 25th, 2012 - Fiona

Sshhh…..It’s Sunday!

 

Happy Birthday Cake

 

TheBoyandMe's 366 Linky Silent Sunday 


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