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by Ray | Comments Off on How to Build a More Sociable Garden for Any Time of Year on How to Build a More Sociable Garden for Any Time of Year

Having a garden with nothing to use it for is no fun at all. You want to be able to have family and friends sit, relax and chat in the garden for hours and hours. This can be great in the summer, or even in the winter if you do it properly. That means you can get started right away! Build a more sociable garden by using this post: (more…)

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by Ray | Comments Off on The best vacation to take your kids that you’ll enjoy too on The best vacation to take your kids that you’ll enjoy too

Before recently it was so hard to travel with kids, and enjoy yourself too. Traveling Europe can be a hassle because you find yourself dragging the kids from location to location. However,websites like Travelodge makes taking the kids along so enjoyable for you and them! There are so many offers that allow the kids to eat and stay for free and there are so many activities that you’ll have just as much fun doing as them!

 

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Originally posted 2016-03-30 17:37:34. Republished by Blog Post Promoter

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by Ray | Comments Off on 10 bike rides with picnic stops on 10 bike rides with picnic stops

1. Skipton to Bolton Abbey, North Yorkshire
Picnic spot Bolton Abbey
The National Cycle Network takes you east from the bustling market town of Skipton with its impressive castle and regular outdoor market, through the beautiful countryside of the Yorkshire Dales. Arriving at the magnificent ruins of Bolton Abbey, search out a quiet spot by the river for a picnic.
Start and finish Skipton railway station
The route 7 miles each way on quiet country roads, the route is hilly in places. Exit Skipton station, turn right and follow the main street to the top of the town, and at the roundabout bear right. After half a mile turn left on the road signed Embsay. Once in Embsay, climb the hill past the historic steam railway and turn right at the village shop and post office. Follow signs to Bolton Abbey along quiet country lanes with scenic views all the way.

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Originally posted 2016-01-21 10:30:31. Republished by Blog Post Promoter

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