A wintery walk in The Forest of Dean

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  1. Lovely! I had to laugh at Emily’s destruction of the stick towers 🙂 We never go to the Forest of Dean as my kids are too busy. The last time I went was to run the half marathon in 2013!

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    I’ve only been to the Forest of Dean once and that was many, many, years ago, even before my daughter! We live in Cornwall, so it really is a long way from us. But your post reminded me that we must schedule a visit soon! 😉 After all, it is “my” forest 😉 #countrykids

  3. Coombe Mill says:

    That looks like a beautiful day out for you all, Emily and Freyja look like they’re having a great time exploring. It’s great that you went and explored another stick man trail after having done one already and the girls were still excited to take part in all the activities. It looks like you definitely picked the right day to explore with all that winter sunshine. Thanks for linking up with me on #CountryKids.

  4. ha ha the power of karma. Lovely day out and so much sunshine for a winters day! #countrykids

  5. Sherry says:

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    What a great day out. It’s great living close to a town with a forest nearby isn’t it? #Countrykids

  6. Your girls are utterly adorable. I too feel so lucky to be surrounded by such an amazing countryside. We did the Stickman trail this week – the girls loved it. We’ve been going since they were diddy – seeing the Gruffalo never tires – just gets better as they get older. Xxx

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    Looks like you had a great walk, despite the muddy puddle incident! We’ve done the Stick Man Trail at our local woods recently. Great fun! #CountryKids

  8. karen says:

    I do miss the forest of dean and its sculpture walks. We went to the gruffalo and room on a broom ones one when we lived there…superworm would have been brilliant though and stick man too. my girls love this type of thing #countrykids

    • stoppingattwo says:

      I love the Forest of Dean,and the Julia Donaldson trails are great, and keep the kids so interested in woodland walks.

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