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