May 28, 2013

feast in the woods << chit chat >>

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Another late one this – my blogging has been a bit sporadic as I’ve been somewhat busy getting my life in order ready for wedding season to kick off good and proper this coming weekend. But a late post is better than no post. And this one fills me with joy. I’ve just spent an incredible weekend down in Kent, at a secret location, in a woodland clearing, by a lake, with a small group of wonderful people. It was the first pop up camping event staged by my friend Bec of Honeywoods Events. A celebration of wild camping, good food and good old fashioned human interaction. There was a four course feast courtesy of the lovely chaps at What The Dickens, award winning ciders and a fine range of British craft ales and spirits served by Lawrence at Virtual Orchard, top notch camping stove nosh from Josh of Guyrope Gourmet, and a whole lot of fun thanks to the collaborative efforts of everyone on site. Oh, and blummin’ lovely weather too. Huzzah! I spent at least half of my time there daydreaming about laid back, quirky weddings on the site complete with the Honeywoods Indian Marquee and a bell tent village. It would be absolutely amazing. Feast your eyes on this little lot and you’ll see what I mean!

feast in the woods pop up camping
feast in the woods dinner tent
feast in the woods composting toilets
feast in the woods cider barn
feast in the woods flora
feastin the woods adventure
feast in the woods woodland walk
feast in the woods fun and games
feast in the woods meal preparation
feastin the woods kayaking
feast in the woods ukelele
feast in the woods bar
feast in the woods meal time
feast in the woods - the feast
feast in the woods food by what the dickens
feast in the woods camp fire
feast in the woods at night
feast in the woods fire breathing
feast int he woods coffee tasting
feast int he woods grumpy mule tasting

feast in the woods bell tent
feast int he woods campsite
feast in the woods food by guyrope gourmet
feast in the woods wild swimming
feast in the woods pop up camping

This post was brought to you by the tweeting of birdies and the splashing of paddles.


  1. Romany at Festival Kidz

    May 28th, 2013 at 11:35 pm

    Oh WOW!!! What awesome photos!!!
    No wonder Naomi was raving about the weekend she spent with you there – I’m so jealous now! 😉

  2. Tiz

    May 30th, 2013 at 11:37 am

    OH-MY-GOD! that is idyllic, and looks amazing fun too (love the bogs, girl). How did you manage to prepare a paella in the middle of the woods??!
    I’ll soon have enough money to join you, chaps, I promise! ; p

  3. lorna

    May 30th, 2013 at 1:09 pm

    Oh wow. Looks like you guys had a brilliant time. Well done you for fantastic / stunning pictures. Well done Honeywoods (and all the volunteers) for their splendiferous work. Bec bec – never seen you look so happy and relaxed!

  4. Anne-Marie

    June 3rd, 2013 at 10:33 pm

    Gorgeous photos Hannah! They perfectly capture the magic of the weekend. How would I go about getting some prints off you?
    BTW – for Tiz, you need the Guyrope Gourmet cookbook!

  5. Kristin Struve Photography

    June 10th, 2013 at 4:14 pm

    lovely photos, lady! looks like a very good time was had by all and lots of fun. so many adorable photos! gorgeous! x

  6. Debbie Gregory

    June 13th, 2013 at 12:26 pm

    Fabulous pics, looks like it was a grand weekend. Booked for next year, is it May yet? x

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