New year, new adventures

January started out rough, with some last minute news. I will be doing small day trips but things should be back to normal mid-late year. I’m working on new logos and a refreshed blog.    

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WB Studio Tour London || Harry Potter

We started October off right! We went to a castle, hall and Nottingham! But, I’m gonna start with Harry Potter. Its the most popular Instagram post right now so why not go ahead and post about it?! I have about 120ish photos from this trip! Lets step into my FAVORITE place, potions! I can’t tell […]

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HMS Victory

Yesterday we took our final day trip before little man arrives! We went to Portsmouth to see the HMS Victory! “HMS Victory is a 104-gun first-rate ship of the line of the Royal Navy, ordered in 1758, laid down in 1759 and launched in 1765. She is best known for her role as Lord Nelson’s […]

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Adventure Awaits!

OKAY, so I did go back home for a visit back during the summer, but now I’m at the point in my pregnancy I can’t fly. Also, at the beginning I was so sick I didn’t want to fly for a trip and be miserable! Now I’m finally feeling better!!! YAY! I have my days […]

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Exciting News!

I haven’t been ignoring the blog, we just haven’t gone on any trips recently. The reason for this is we are expecting our first baby boy in December! I promise more trips will come in the future!

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Oxburgh Hall, UK

Today we went to Oxburgh Hall. This house has been in the family since the 14th century.  Crazier part, they are Catholic. For this family to have owned and pass this house down generation to generation since the 14th century and still live in half of it thats closed to the public today is amazing. One reason […]

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Kersey, UK

Today we went off the beaten path! Welcome to Kersey! Kersey was once well known for cloth-making – so well known that it is mentioned in Shakespeare’s Love’s Labours Lost. Kersey was famous for a rough, ribbed cloth which was especially suitable for hosiery. Today Kersey is yet another picturesque Suffolk village, probably best known for pottery […]

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