Instagram is choc full of renovation accounts. It’s such an amazing place for gaining inspiration and following along with renovation journeys. Recently though I’ve found myself becoming less and less into other people’s renovations (I know, who even am I?!). Now I’m way more interested in the art of the slow renovation.
It’s been a while since I did a blog post about our Weekend Wanders. In truth, we haven’t been wandering anywhere that exciting recently! West Yorkshire has been in some form of Covid-19 restrictions since March and the levels keep changing. We’re now in a Lockdown 2.0, meaning we can’t meet friends (unless it’s one person from each household). Schools are still open though so at least Hols gets to see her friends there! Here are some photos from our weekend wander to Digley.
We’ve been going to Silverdale for a few years now. We found it by chance looking for a place to camp in the Lake District, and although it’s not in the Lakes as such, it’s a beautiful part of the world. After the seeming endlessness of lockdown, we needed a change of scenery so we booked a short break to Silverdale. Our usual place to stay is Holgates camp site and we usually take the big tent and camp on their Hollins Farm site. This time we decided to go for a camping pod – purely because we couldn’t be arsed with taking the tent.