11 January 2013

Outdoor Family Fun - Win a Sat Nav



Although it may not currently feel like Spring is just around the corner, it won't be long until the daffodils are popping up, the sun is making the odd appearance and we are all heading outside on day trips with the family. One of my resolutions is to spend more time outside, come rain or shine, to explore, have fun and get fit for 2013 - and what better way to get from A to B than with a brand new Sat Nav!


The Tom Tom XL v4 Sat Nav features: 


FREE Deluxe Carry case

4.3 ins LCD touchscreen

Pre-installed maps of UK and ROI

Pre-loaded safety camera data

IQ routes and advanced lane guidance

Spoken Street names

Integrated mounting with flip screen




We have 1 to give away from the RAC to help get you and your family enjoying the great outdoors!

*** WIN ***

For your chance to win you can enter via the Rafflecopter entry form below before 26th January 2013.

Good luck!!



a Rafflecopter giveaway


If it won't be long until you are spending more time visiting zoos, farms and theme parks too, don't forget the RAC who provide breakdown cover in the UK. You don't want to be left stranded on a motorway with upset kids in the back seats ruining your plans so make sure you are covered!

The RAC can cover you or your vehicle from as little as £29.99 so it's worth taking a peek: http://www.rac.co.uk/breakdown-cover/uk-breakdown/


They also have a great online shop which has a variety of products including winter safety kits to help you and your family travel safely.


538 comments :

  1. My parents have a holiday home over on the Isle of Arran - right on the beach!!!! The kids love it there - they are only indoors when it is bedtime!

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  2. I subscribe via GFC/Google Reader as Tracy K Nixon xxx

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  3. We are hoping to go to weymouth and also spend a week on our boat on the Thames in Berkshire

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  4. not sure yet hoping to go away though

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  5. I really want to go somewhere like Brighton, Bournemouth or Cambridge for a little break other than that I plan to go out to the zoo and have picnic in the parks.http://joannavictoria-x.blogspot.co.uk/

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  6. The local parks and if the weather is nice I'm sure we will fit in a few day trips to the beach :)

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  7. I follow via GFC as Kim Carberry :)

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  8. Visiting interesting places around the UK

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  9. My in laws have a caravan near Porthmadog so we'll be doing some discovering around there - last year we discoved coed-y-brenin which is beautiful x

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  10. Timeshare in Ballater

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  11. In our back garden! We have created a safe oasis for our young son and like to get him involved in gardening and maintaining the Veg plot!

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  12. I have been begging hubby to take me to Cardiff to the Dr Who Experience - fingers crossed!!

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  13. I live near Heaver Castle so once we get nice weather we will head there to enjoy the grounds which are beautiful and eat a picnic.

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  14. Following in Google plus - EmmaGallagher

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  15. Following on GFC as Helen Dickinson

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  16. Lancashire in the summer for a week but for a lovely day out we'll be visiting cragside in northumberland

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  17. Deal in Kent, we always have a fab time when we go there

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  18. we will be out and about in the country parks in our area, and days out not too far away. would love to go further affield and drive to france or somewhere like wales or cornwall in the uk - but we will have to see at the time

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  19. My sister's caravan in Brean Somerset

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  20. in our new garden when we move in a couple of weeks yay! first garden for the boys, so excited!!

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  21. follow via gfc
    emma walters x

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  22. Probably day trips to the coast

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  23. Following via GFC glenn hutton

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  24. Frensham ponds, the children all love it there, and it's a lot closer than the beach.

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  25. FOLLOWING WITH GFC - Kelly Koya :)

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  26. Going to watch my son playing cricket for county thais can take us all over!

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  27. The New Forest it is my favourite place

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  28. I subscribed via Google reader as Sarah Lamb.

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  29. In the countryside round my home in the North Yorkshire Moors National Park

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  30. We're hoping to spends lots of cheap weekends away in the south of England!

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  31. I do a lot of travelling down to essex each year to visit family, and this usually included transporting dogs for a rescue, which can be frustrating when you dont know where youre going, a sat nav would be a great assett.

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  32. Up the allotment!

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  33. We hope to spend time at the beach if the weather is good and sightseeing in London if it's not so brilliant. :)

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  34. On the beach.

    Hazel Rea - @beachrambler

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  35. Following via GFC - hazzzzel
    Hazel Rea - @beachrambler

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  36. i will be taking my kids to the seaside this year, probably as soon as the sun stays out

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  37. I go camping at the New Wine conference nearly every year

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  38. In our garden! We'll get the barbie out and have lots of fun with friends and relatives round!

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  39. Orkney, I hope! If funds don't permit, then we'll go camping, maybe in the Lake District.

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  40. Driving down to devon with the dogs, long walks and nice evenings sitting outside

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  41. I hope we can spend time in our back garden - gardening, making camps etc

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  42. Following with GFC as Maya Russell

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  43. We have a fantastic place to visit not to far from us, it's a wooded area with lots of carvings in the trees - faces, birds, etc and they have devised a walk in and around the trees to see if you can spot them all. The winners gets lollies, too.

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  44. We will be spending a lot of time walking our new dogs in the local woods xx

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  45. Lots of walking down at the local beach.

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  46. at home in my new homes garden

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  47. following on gfc as 7hippopotamus

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  48. In the Scottish Highlands

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  49. Beach, Giants Causeway, Lanzarote, Glens of Antrim, Climbing Slemish

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  50. Taking relaxing country walks in the Scottish Lowlands.

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  51. I live opposite open fields and take my dog for lovely walks every day. This time of year is not so good, but in the summer, we pack a picnic and walk for miles

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  52. GFC follwer Janice Davison. Selsley common it has fantastic views.

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  53. In Oban, the beach is a dream.

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  54. Followed via GFC - Suzanne Cooke

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  55. The Lake District

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  56. in the north devon

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  57. All around Yorkshire mainly, I particularly like visiting Ilkley Moor.

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  58. In Devon on the moors & the beach when we visit my parents.

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  59. Following on GFC as laurastewardcomp

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  60. Not sure what I will be doing but I know I will be doing a lot more gardening and growing more in my green house :) @xxfluffywhitexx

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  61. Following via GFC as kayleigh dawn

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  62. At home in the Garden

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  63. Outdoor fun will be on the beach at St Annes!

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  64. Georgia McAllister12 January 2013 at 12:06

    Anywhere cheap, especially the garden and local park.

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  65. At the moment we're doing alot of walking in Derbyshire where we live, love being outdoors. No plans for holidays yet, last year we had breaks in London, Cornwall and Scotland so lots of adventures! Its nice not having plans though at the moment as it means all things are possible so lots of daydreaming!

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  66. Following via Google.Andrew Petrie

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  67. Hall place, Swanley Park and our local children's playground.

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  68. I'm excited to get our caravan out and about. I so need an escape x

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  69. not sure yet, hopefully may have passed my driving test by then
    if not local places like the park and beach

    @sarahrees151286

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  70. We will be spending a lot of time outdoors in Wales as well as a trip down to Cornwall and maybe France this year :) We love being in the fresh air :)

    Laura x

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  71. We're going to Cornwall in May to spend some time on the beach.

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  72. We will just having lots of different days out this summer.

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  73. Hopefully the weather will be nice enough to spend some time on the beach

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  74. Following on GFC as Sarah N

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  75. we live on Anglesey, its beautiful and we often go for walks by the river, up the mountains, even climb snowden.

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  76. We'd like to go to Wales this year

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  77. added to google reader - tamalyn roberts x

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  78. On the beach near to where we live. k.mayhead@btinternet.com

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  79. We go to Roundhay Park, it's great fun for muddy puddle jumping

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  80. Following via GFC as Michaela Britton

    http://adventuresofayorkshiremummy.blogspot.co.uk/

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  81. The beach definitely - I love Southport, you can walk for miles before you come to the sea, great way to tire the kids out :)

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  82. The peak district.

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  83. anywhere we can go! we are going to Butlins in April so we will be out an about every day without having to worry about nursery ect!

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  84. Newquay and Southern Ireland

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  85. no idea yet-it is too cold to think about going outside!

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  86. I live in Yorkshire so quite lucky to have Peak district on my doorstep and also the lovely North Yorkshire moors,We have a lovely 7 month old border collie pup who will be spending lots of time with me Hubby and two kids walking all over and not forgetting my picnic basket :)

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  87. Already follow you on GFC under my name :)
    Xx

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  88. Following with email as well sjlambert86@yahoo.co.uk

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  89. We're national trust members as it was a gift for Christmas, so would be nice to get out past the borders of Hampshire and visit some historic country houses!

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  90. Hopefully on a lovely warm beach somewhere.

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  91. Subscribed on google+. Paula Phillips.

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  92. Sherwood Forest, Rufford Park, Creswell Crags are a few places we plan to visit this year

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  93. Following via GFC as Alison Turnnidge

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  94. I love visiting scotland

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  95. We're due to visit Scotland for Burn's night (my new mother-in-law) is Scottish, It's our first time and we're really excited! x

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  96. I'm following via email as gemma.mills@aol.co.uk

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  97. staying local, we have some lovely meadows and nature reserves on our doorstep.

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  98. Hadleigh Castle... its local and is lovely to walk

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  99. following on GFC - Anthony Harrington

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  100. I live near a lake/forest that's beautiful in summer so weather permitting I'll be enjoying the sunshine there.

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  101. Hunstanton - lovely beach and we always seem to get good weather

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  102. Our local nature reserve in South Yorkshire.x

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  103. Following on GFC as Alana Walker

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  104. I living near a country park so mostly there but will be doing day trips to the beach and things

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  105. The local common

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  106. nichola armstrong12 January 2013 at 16:39

    me and the family will be spending alot of time camping in the carvan :) we start off right down south and work our way back home during the 6 weeks holiday.

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  107. hopefully lots of lovely bike rides with the family

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  108. Following on GFC as Julie Davies

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  109. In my new garden, I love it !!!

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  110. We have no idea where we are going to holiday this year eecckk!

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  111. I love camping and love to go to Shell Island every year!

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  112. We'll be down the beach as much as possible - we only live 4 miles from Sandbanks!

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  113. we are walking on the coastal pathway in Devon, and surfing. We are outdoor people so try to get out as much as possible

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  114. My family and I love going to the zoo so we will be visiting Port Lympne and Howletts for picnics in the summer!

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  116. Following on GFC as Natasha Corder

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  117. Following on GFC
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  118. Hopefully will go to Scotland

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  119. York is on the agenda this year

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  120. North Wales this year

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  121. In my own back garden

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  122. Hope to spend some time visiting Landmark Trust properties and savouring the opportunity of staying at some architectural and historical gems

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  123. Planning on going walking in the Pentlands tomorrow - really looking forward to it.

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  124. Summer holiday in yorkshire!

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  125. I follow with gfc as mummy24

    @ashlallan

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  126. down the park with the kiddies :)

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  127. I've just moved to the South West and can't wait for spring to spend my weekends exploring the surrunding countryside and pretty villages.

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  128. We're moving house so hopefully we'll get one with a great garden that we can spend lots of time in. And of course the local park with its lakes

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  129. I have just moved to Yorkshire so I can't wait for spring to start exploring the Dales and all that gorgeous countryside :)

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  130. Hopefully holidaying in North Norfolk again this year after a fab week in 2012 :D

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  131. Following as Cheeky on GFC x

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  132. subscribed by email ruprect2003@sky.com

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  133. I think I'll have outdoor fun in the Oxfordshire countryside, it's so pretty!

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  134. I have just booked us a holiday near great yarmouth for a lovely traditional seaside break :) looking forward to having an adventure

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  135. am following via GFC as lucy120606

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  136. We'll be having fun at our allotment :) @pipersky1

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  137. hopefully shell island in wales

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  138. Charmouth
    jillwebb@blueyonder.co.uk

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  139. I'm hoping to use my tesco vouchers to pay for a break away this year, maybe in Northern France

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  140. In the glorious heights of Florida :) :D and then Yorkshire

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  141. The beach - think we'll be staying local this year.

    @rachiegr

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  142. At the beach in South Devon where I live!

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  143. im going to norfolk for a weekend break

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  144. We've booked holidays in Scotland and Northumberland, so we'll be having outdoor fun all over the north.

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  145. For my Birthday in a couple of weeks we are off to Banbury where we went for our First Anniversary, were staying in the same hotel too so I cant wait and then in March we are off to Tenerife, we are hiring a car and going to explore the whole island I cant wait

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  146. Somewhere in Uk but not sure yet

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  147. It depends where my new sat nav takes me...

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  148. following as Natalie White on Google reader

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  149. Camping around the Norfolk Broads

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  150. I follow via GFC - robertfox24

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  151. Hoping to go to Skeggness, been there every year since i was a child and nothings going to change :)

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  152. In the garden, in the park, out in the woods, at the seaside, on holidays :)

    Following as bcd2009 via GFC :)

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  153. Followed on GFC as Kelly Young

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  154. In my garden and local park

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  155. Wherever we take our touring caravan... a country cottage in every county.

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  156. The beach, park, garden centres etc etc......i follow on email as talcfour.

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