A life less complicated

Having reached a crossroads in my life I am choosing to step off the treadmill that is my busy life and take time out to travel.  On October 5th 2017 I set off with my Springer Poppy in our motorhome (subsequently swapped for a caravan) ‘freedombird’ initially to explore the remote beauty of the UK coastline and then – well let’s see……

To catch up with us now please follow this link Freedombird now….

Check out our Beach Guide which  is being updated as we move in a clockwise direction around the UK coast.


4 thoughts on “A life less complicated

  1. Hi. We are staying on the same site as you until tomorrow, when we head back to Yorkshire. We did the same walk as you yesterday, what a shame we didn’t see you. We caught the bus back after having lunch & a couple of drinks in The Cobweb. We have two whippets, they could have had a run together. I’ve read your blog so far & look forward to seeing where you travel to. How long are you travelling for?

  2. Hi your idea of lunch and a couple of drinks and getting the bus back was a much better plan than the stale roll I picked up in the Spar and trudging back across the fields! I am here till Monday and then heading a bit further up the coast – not sure where yet. I will be travelling for as long as I keep on enjoying it – I reckon it will take 3 or 4 years to do the UK and then Europe (if we still can) beckons. I hope we get the chance to say hello?

  3. Hi, we are walking in to Tintagel in a while though sadly not it seems in the lovely sunshine & blue skies of the last couple of days. We saw where you were pitched yesterday when we set off along the path to Boscastle. Mark had seen your post on Instagram which is how we saw what you were doing. We’ll see if you’re around when we walk the dogs up there later? Or we are on pitch 54. Not looking forward to leaving after such a lovely week in Cornwall. We came here from a few days in St Ives, our first visit, but will not be our last hopefully. Your travel plans sound amazing, though not sure it’s something we could see ourselves doing!

  4. Great – have a nice walk (loads of pubs in Tintagel) and the worst of the walk is at the start! St Ives is beautiful as well but very different to here – in my limited experience the coastline changes every few miles – all beautiful though – see you later hopefully

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