Shepherds Huts and Camp Fires

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Seeing as I’ve been spending so much time with the man in my life I decided I needed to spend a little time with the other special person in my life; my mum. We sped off to the country for a couple of days to recharge our batteries and switch off from the city.

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Snuggled in a field on the South Downs is a rather special place called Wriggly Tins run by the wonderful Alex. It’s a new type of glamping, staying in a little tin shepherds hut.

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Our beautiful yellow hut is named Barrow and it has everything you need for a comfortable stay in the great outdoors.

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First order of the afternoon was to get the kettle going on our campfire.

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Jeans – ASOS|Shirt – H&M (similar)|Gilet – Republic (similar)|Wellies – Hunters.

Tea brewing we set about popping everything away and getting the wood burning stove inside our hut going.

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Everything all organised and fires burning I couldn’t help but toast some marshmallows in celebration.

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As the sun started to set we settled down in front of our campfire, hugged ourselves with rugs and dug into a warming shepherds pie we had cooked at home and bought with us.

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Once the sun had gone we left the great outdoors, closed the doors to our hut and snuggled inside with a quick game of Bananagrams.

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After a bracing walk in the dark to brush our teeth; make sure you have a torch we curled up in bed ready for the next day.

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