Thursday, 22 June 2017

Chapel Saint Leonards | Lincolnshire

I bet every one of us has little bit of an adventurous soul hidden somewhere inside. Are you the kind of person that likes, untouched, empty beaches, far away from the nosies of civilisation? You know that is the place where you will really manage to rest, turn off the modern world, and be one with nature. Yeah, even nude, if you like it. For all of you that can take more than walking maximal 50 metres from your car to the beach, It is for all of you that enjoy an unforgettable relaxation in that secret place, where the sea meets the land.


When you visit so many beautiful, hard to reach, mysterious and remote beaches you learn one thing: "Be prepared." Discovering nature is much better, when you are at least a little bit prepared. I know that being spontaneous has its charm, but sometimes it can be too risky.


There is no better feeling than knowing I am totally prepared and getting closer to the experience of a new beach but even better is the feeling when you are returning from the beach full of new impressions, photos, and knowing that I am healthy and ready for the next day. So in the evening I can say it was a perfect day.

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Monday, 5 June 2017

"The Baby Keets" first day outside

We let Missy and the babies out for a short time yesterday, to enjoy the sunshine. I just wanted to see how they would be outside because Missy has stopped lying on top of the babies and actually started to walk and scratch around. I assumed that was nature's way of saying it is finally time to get them out and about. 
They're 6 days old now!





Saturday, 3 June 2017

4 day old Guinea Fowl Keets

I don't think Missy has realised but she has been sitting on the wrong nest for the last 26 days... but anyways she has carefully hatched 7 Guinea Fowl Keets. 
Hatched 31.05.2017