The Siblings Project | September 2018

September’s Siblings Project post is more like the second half of the summer holidays. I must admit I’ve lost my blogging mojo, I don’t want to write. I still have the travel bug and want to be out there discovering quirky little English villages. So there will be less words in this post, just pictures of Lily and Tyler’s adventures from the second half of August to the first half of September.

Wimborne Model Town

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Sharing a bedroom on our holiday

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Discovering a Starbucks was being built near us when we got home from our holiday.

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Bekonscot Model Village

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Xplorer Trail at Kennedy Park

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Evening picnic at Windsor

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London Transport Museum Acton Depot Family Tour

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The new Starbucks has opened

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Riding steam trains at Didcot Railway Centre

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A Victoria Line adventure

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Paddington Covers Festival

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End of Summer Hols Party at Nana’s House

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With bouncy castle in the garden 

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Days out after school started:

Slough Canal Festival

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Amersham Heritage Day

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Shopping after seeing off the vintage tube train

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A lot of our adventures this summer have been by car but still involving trains, and I feel so inspired to carry on discovering places at the weekend with the kids. The summer holidays may be over, but it certainly is not the end of our days out.

Sabrina x

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