Dogs in a tent!

We are back home after a fabulous few days in Polzeath, Cornwall camping with friends. Polzeath is glorious. It’s stunningly beautiful with both awesome surfing beaches and tranquil bays ideal for children and swimming. I managed to fit in running, swimming in the sea, surfing with an old friend and a water polo tournament. Miraculously we won the polo tournament and even got an actual medal!Β 

Libby had a great time learning to play football, playing in a soft-play area, swimming in the sea, digging in the sand and generally lapping up the fresh air. We managed to continue using our reusable nappies because the campsite had washing machines and tumble driers. It is safe to say that it was a successful weekend all round.Β 

Nobody wants to hear the intricate details of somebody else’s holiday or be bored by endless holiday snaps so I’m keeping it short and sweet and leaving you with a gratuitous photo of dogs in a tent.Β 


3 thoughts on “Dogs in a tent!

  1. I'm sorry – what?!?! Nobody wants to hear about a holiday??? [i have my hand raised]. Isn't that why we all blog? To live vicariously through others?? πŸ™‚
    Sounds like it was TOO peaceful πŸ˜‰

  2. Haha you make a valid point… but I still stand by the fact that you wouldn't want to read the intricate details of our few days away, my life is far too dull to want to live it vicariously πŸ˜‰

  3. He he i remember camping in Cornwall with Tiger pre-kids. The plan was that he would sleep in the adjoining 'chamber' (not the porch, an actual insulated inside bit) – Tiger said 'no deal folks, I'm cold and lonely' so we ended up with a greyhound sleeping on our airbed while we were slowly pushed off it πŸ™‚

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