Can a rectangular board, adorned with letters and numbers and a few illustrations, and an arrow head shaped piece of plastic really make contact with the dead? Who really knows for sure? All I know is that I have had a couple of creepy experiences myself that has made me question just how safe they really are!
8 Jul 2017
|Me back in 2014 doing a Falconry Experience day for my birthday. Literally, my favourite thing to do ever!|
Hi witches! I stole these questions from a video I watched on Youtube recently, and thought it would be fun to answer these questions myself. I tag anyone else who is interested in doing this, and please let me know if you do by leaving me a link to your own blog post! This is a long one so be sure to grab some drinks and snack! Hope you enjoy!
5 Jan 2017
31 Aug 2016
As most people will probably realise, there is such a lot of nonsense on Youtube, and it can be really difficult to figure out how the people who have achieved Youtube fame and celebrity have actually managed to do so. There are a couple of people who spring to mind, both of which have in excess of ten million subscribers, and just why they manage to command the attention and dedication of so many devoted followers is totally beyond me, especially when their content is utter drivel for a good 95% of the time. Anyhow, I do hate to be negative, so let's just leave that there and get to talking about the genius that is Colin Furze.
25 Aug 2016
When I was a kid, my mum's uncle bought a canal boat to renovate. I remember vividly that once it was ready, we spent many a wonderful weekend messing about on the canal! Being Northern and living in the North West of England usually means that you are never usually too far away from a branch of the canal, and indeed we usually find ourselves walking along our nearest tow path on a sunny day, cameras in hand, snapping the colourful boats as they drift lazily by! I love the laid-back, low stress life on the canals. After a week's holiday on a canal boat back in 2010, I fell in love with the lifestyle and have ever since dreamed of owning my own boat.
Of course, life on the canals wasn't always this chilled out. Ellesmere Port Waterways Museum is a wonderfully put together, free, educational and preservation centre designed to inform you about the 'Boat People', how they lived and worked on the waterways, the cramped conditions and poor pay, but how and why this lifestyle was preferable to working in the factories and mills. To find out more about the museum click here.
Here are a few of our photos from our visit to give you a little insight;