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Siblings May 2015

You might remember from our visit to Dover Castle last month that we are really trying to make the most of our English Heritage membership this year before it comes to an end.

So a couple of weeks ago we headed off to Battle Abbey to find out more about 1066 and the Battle of Hastings. We'd visited before with the boys before Miss T was born so we could remember a little about it from our previous visit.

I remembered how much the kids loved the audio tour before so we used them again and even Miss T was keen to listen in.

We did the outdoor part of the tour this time rather than the actual abbey as we all felt we needed an outdoors kind of day.

And I thought it would be the perfect opportunity to get my Siblings photo for May (I've missed the deadline for the linky but wanted to squeeze it into May on our blog at least). Here's one of the three of them listening intently to the audio tour. It was the kids version they did and it certainly did keep their attention.


And here are some of the photos taken in an attempt to get the three of them together:
Moments after this, Miss T wandered off and tripped over so it ended in tears! But I like the picture at the very top of this post best. They all look so happy and relaxed together. I think being outdoors enjoying the countryside brings out the best in them all.

And a few more pics from our day... I love this sheep - She looked almost comical with her big body on those little legs like one you'd see on Shaun the sheep!




Linking up with:
Country Kids from Coombe Mill Family Farm Holidays Cornwall

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  1. Love that first one, they definitely look very alike and like siblings :)

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  2. My children are so cute!
    I love the sheep too! She might need a trim soon!

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  3. Audio guides are such a clever invention, I think my kids take in much more with these than reading plaques. Lovely photos of your 3 all listening together. That sheep does look like she needs shearing before it really warms up for summer. Another great use of your membership, thank you for sharing with me on Country Kids.

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    1. I know - i find them fascinating. I used to think of history as boring but nowadays i LOVE visiting places with tons of history and finding out all about it. x

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  4. Such a lovely time. What a lovely capture of the 3 of them listening intently; so natural ... a lovely moment captured. Good on you making the most of your membership, it's so easy not to. :-) #PoCoLo

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