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A Beautiful Haven - Part 2

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Here's part 2 for you. I had to split them up to get it to save and publish. Hope you enjoy... 










...there's a golf course, a mini beach, parks for the kids and lots of places to take the dog for a walk...










We obviously ventured out to the surrounding areas. Just over the road from the site is another wooded area surrounding beautiful fields to walk around and take the dog for a nice run. 

We also went to Woodhall Spa which has more woods...






...and it's a cute little town with some shops...

There's a Kinema, which is basically a teeny tiny cinema, that shows one movie at a time, but it's very old school and classic.



The food from the pub next to the site was amazing and so yummy.













...whilst taking Darcy for a mooch around whilst waiting for my family to finish their lunch in the cafe/restaurant, I found a beautiful opening in the woods which looked so stunning I can't even put it into words. I stepped into this opening and the sun was beaming through the trees and there was bright pink and light pink Rhododendrons on one side and purple ones on the other, and the entire floor was covered in forget me nots (mixed in with some pesky stinging nettles) and I just couldn't believe how incredible it looked. So here's what it looked like...








...On Thursday we went to a place called Mablethorpe which is a beautiful seaside town and although it was very cold and windy it's still a beautiful place. On the way back to the lodge we stopped in a little place called Alford, which had a beautiful windmill called the Alford Five Sailed Windmill, which has a cute little tea room and a shop selling organic stoneground flour, local honey, jams and chutneys as well as souvenirs and more. Here, take a look at these photos...





...to finish off this post, I wanted to share some cute photos of my dog Darcy...



Thinking about jumping in, she finally did it on the last day,




Just chilling whilst we have yummy lunch...




Refusing to get out of the car for the hundredth time.

...She loved going for walks in the woods and all the ducks and rabbits she could chase in the evenings. There is a RAF base behind the park which was the only downside as all day they do testing with the planes for quick response, so the noise was ridiculous and Darcy was not happy with it and would shake every time she started to hear a plane. Otherwise, it was nice and peaceful and quiet, no noisy kids in the evenings or loud music past 11pm. It really is such a beautiful place and I cannot get over how stunning everything looks there. 


Sorry this is a bit late today, travelling and sorting everything out has just been so exhausting and I've procrastinated a lot about it all.

Have you been anywhere this week?



















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