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Three children *** One big, grey dog *** Two parents *** Country loving *** Cottage dwelling in the South-West of the UK. That’s us!

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“A moment spent in wonder is worth a lifetime spent in awe.”

 

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"God has an inordinate fondness for stars and beetles."

- J B S Haldane

Debs Random Writings

What to do in Somerset

Into the Dragon’s Lair

I’ll admit to being a dragon fan. One of my favourite things to craft. I can’t resist a dragon legend. The fact that these legends seem to pop up in all corners of the world, is fascinating in its own right. So when we heard of a legend, practically on our doorstep, we had to investigate.

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No Kidding. I love farms.

local food on a slate boardWhenever I can, I buy local. Whether it’s meat from the farm across the road, the local veg box scheme, cider from up the hill or hiring a local worker. My first choice is supporting our local area. It would be unrealistic to think I can do this for everything, but where I can, I do.

meeting the sheep at Wookey FarmThen again, we have a constant reminder of local produce. We live in a place surrounded by farms. My children have grown up seeing the farming year unfold across the fields. They feel the rhythm of the seasons.

They know when the lambs are born. They know that some will end up on our plates. They understand what silage is and why the tractors were busy over the weekend, getting it in, but you can always learn more.

sheep in fold after shearing

This is why I was very excited to learn about the Open Farm Sunday scheme, which happened last weekend. On Sunday, needless to say. Continue reading

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