Once upon a time, not so very long ago........

Little Leon was born with a poorly heart. This made his Mummy and Daddy sad and they decided to search for a special friend who would keep Little Leon company and look after him while he was in hospital.............

The Adventure begins..............

Sunday, 12 October 2014

Choo Choo!

As we all know, daddy loves his trains, especially steam locomotives, so it's a good job that I do as well. Luckily we have a "Little Leon" sized railway near home, The Kirklees Light Railway. 

Leon Sized trains!

So, given it was a lovely day we decided to go and take a ride. Mummy and daddy's friends Kev & Kali came along and brought their little Granddaughter Gracie (she's lovely) with them.

Isn't she lovely!

So we all met up and went and got on our train trip to Shelley. It was loads of fun, Mamma Moo came and did a bit of sightseeing too!
Hold tight Mama Moo it might get bumpy!

The trains change ends and it was big fun watching them on the turntable thingy as the drivers and guards did their stuff.

Mama Moo having a fun day out!
Kevin was wearing his "Gangsta Gnome" hat, me and Gracie made much fun of it on the journey, it was really funny!

Gangsta Gnome Wear now available!

Have you seen that hat!

There were lots of tunnels on the way, it was scary as it went all dark, but i hid behind Mama Moo and all was ok!

We had a great time, there was a little play area and bouncy castle at the station so we had a play and coffee and cake (of course) and then we made the trip back. I was pretty tired after all that fun so I took mummy and daddy back to the car and decided to have a little snooze on the way home. 
It was lots of fun with Gracie and if you get chance I would say visit the KLR as well.

More fun to come soon, night night all xxxx

Saturday, 4 October 2014

Planes and errr Planes!

A couple of weeks ago it was mummy's birthday (age a closely guarded secret!) So we decided to go out for the day and we went to Southport Airshow. 

It was fab, the Red Arrows opened the show, and they were, as ever. simply superb. Daddy took loads of piccy's of them!

It was great fun, even cow loved it and started photo bombing!

The sun was shining and it was lovely and warm, we found a great spot on a hill so I could play king of the castle...

We took a picnic as well, I even shared it with Mummy !

Moo Bombing!

Apart from it being mummy;s birthday it was a special show for another reason, the last two remaining Lancaster Bombers we re-united (1 part of the Battle of Britain Memorial Flight, the other from the Canadian War Heritage museum). This was in all probability the last time these will be seen flying together and the huge crowd showed their respects as these wonderful aircraft did their display, a memory and tribute to the many that had gone before them. 

The Lancaster Bomber was daddy;s first real fascination with aircraft, and he had several models when he was a little boy, he even went to visit one at RAF Scampton with School and was lucky enough to sit in it!

There were many other aircraft at the show, Catalina, Seaking, Hurricane bomber, Catalina, The Vulcan, a Meteor.. the list goes on. daddy says we can go again next year and would recommend it to anyone.

The red arrows, must have got wind that it was mummy's birthday and did a special ending for her.    Happy Birthday Mummy!

We're all off on another adventure soon, so keep checking back for details of our adventures.

Shee you shoon!