30 Days Wild 2018 – Day Thirteen


twt-30-days-wild_countdown_13Day 13: This Wednesday I had time to sit down with pen and paper and plan a wild adventure!

There’s something exiting about planning for a forthcoming trip. There’s what activities to do, sights to see, places to eat; the possibilities are endless!

This latest trip to the Lake District has been rather impromptu, (not that I’m complaining!) 😀

I don’t know about you, but I like to make a list of all the places to visit, opening times, prices (if applicable). I print out all the relevant booking information and also trail maps and an itinerary. Even if plans go awry, I like to have a back up plan re: wet weather, late arrivals etc.

planning

Planning a trip

My intention is to organise swim/walks, lakeside jaunts and perhaps sunset vistas (depending on the weather). So with Google at the ready I am poised to plan a really wild adventure!

Where in the Lake District do you think I should venture too?

Have you planned a wild adventure? If so where?

Thanks for reading, and stay wild!

Christine x

8 thoughts on “30 Days Wild 2018 – Day Thirteen

  1. If your like me, we often plan our LD trips round the map of Lakes. Hugo still has to swim in Loweswater, Crummock water, Ennerdale water, Esthwaite water , Hayeswater and a whole load of tarns. Any lakes in my list that you still need to swim in? X

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  2. I will look forward to seeing where your adventure takes you!

    I like to plan like you when we go on holiday – I like to have list (and maps if possible) for walks to do in the area, museums, halls etc we could visit and any tourist attractions or historic sites and so on. We never make detailed plans or plans for each day, but I like to go having done a lot of research and then we decide day to day what we want to do and aim to fit in as much as possible, planning journeys and times where we can to take in all the things on my list in a particular area! We always come home for a holiday feeling in need of a holiday!

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