Tobias is very much cheeky in every way right down to him adopting my strange sense of humour and wit 😂
He is very much one of these kids that gets a bit over excited after too much sweet stuff 🙈
We were recently given the chance to try out the new Milkybar Wowsomes which contain 30% less sugar than similar chocolate but I still loved the taste 😋 •
The only condition to him being allowed to try them was that I could bury him first 😏
Couldn’t agree more. I have met so many inspirational people in my life so far, some I have stayed in touch with and some have drifted away. But all the great memories will be with me forever ❤️ HAPPY FRIDAY HAPPY PEOPLE
Lifeboat hero Dic Evans, cast in bronze. "Few lifeboat volunteers are awarded the RNLI's gold medal for bravery, but he was awarded two. Hid Father, both his Grandfathers and an Uncle had already served with Moelfre lifeboat by the time he was born. Dic, as he was known, began sailing on a coastal cargo vessel at the age of 14. He later ran a butcher's shop in Moelfre and married Nansi, a farmer's Daughter. He became lifeboat coxswain in 1954, on the retirement of his Uncle John Matthews. In 1943 Dic, then second coxswain of Moelfre lifeboat, received a silver medal for his part in the rescue of four airmen who had ditched from an aircraft. He received a gold medal in 1959 for his part in the rescue of all eight crew from the stricken freighter Hindlea in hurricane-force winds gusting to 104 MPH. Waves rolled the lifeboat onto its side, putting the mast beneath the water while the ships propeller whirled dangerously above the heads of the crew. Despite these difficulties, Dic brought the lifeboat alongside the wreck 10 times to complete the rescue. Dic was 61 years old when he received his second gold medal for his part in the rescue of the crew of the Greek ship Nafsiporos which was in danger of being wrecked on the Skerries, north of Holyhead. His own Son David and Holyhead lifeboat were also involved in the rescue. In 1969, the year before he retired, Dic received the British Empire Medal. He died on 13th September 2001."
The Wee Lug Mk2 from British brand @trakkebags isn't just a high-performing messenger bag; it's one of the most attractive ones we've ever encountered. You see, Trakke hand-make their bags from outdoor traditional materials like waxed cotton, fusing that heritage with an urban sensibility that makes their products as practical as they are stylish.
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Another shot from Haystacks........ This time looking over to the imposing High crag. You can see Ennerdale water on the left; Buttermere & Crummock water on the right. If you haven’t climbed Haystacks yet, I recommend it. Not particularly high or taxing. A majorly fun little scramble to the summit, and easily some of the best views in the Lake District. I have to agree with Alfre Wainwright on this one. A favourite of mine.