• Logging Blog And Wacky Warning Signs!

    Yesterday lunchtime found Chris, me and Nessie, on a geocache prospecting hunt to find some interesting places to leave our own caches in. The ideal geocaching trip, as far as we’re concerned, is one that involves a good walk along some trails amidst pleasant scenery as well as finding the...


  • Croc Monsieur: Meet Adam Ruck, The Man Who Cycles in Crocs!

    It’s amazing who you meet on Twitter. Through my @llamamum account, I happened across Adam Ruck, author of France on Two Wheels. As a keen cyclist, I’m always interested to find out about fellow cyclists so I contacted Adam and asked if he’d write a guest post for me. And...


  • Chicken Fest: Exposition Nationale d’Aviculture at Gueret

    Following our visit to the wolves on Saturday and a quick pit stop at McDo’s for caffeine and burgers, we headed up to the Hall d’agriculture in Guéret for the chicken festival i.e. the Exposition nationale d’aviculture which was going on. (An aviculteur is a poultry farmer.) And in reality...


  • Twenty-One Today!

    A quick post today to say happy twenty-first birthday for today to Eldest Son, aka Benj. He was at home with us this weekend for some rest and recuperation. Rors was delighted to have his big brother here on the big day so we could have a proper party. Rors...


  • Cracking Advent: Wolves And Dandelion Honey

    Advent has got off to a cracking start – a jaw-cracking minus 5 degrees C, and a cracking morning of interesting visits. We dealt with frozen taps and extra-hungry livestock as quickly as we could this morning and jumped in the car to head to the Gueret hills where the...