This week we completed our 800th Safari, and then this morning had to pull over to let this vehicle go past - now that’s what you call real horse power!
87 days ago
Just out of the oven, only enough for the next few safaris though! I’ll soon be baking again#homemadecakes
118 days ago
Still managing to find new places to explore off road in Dorset.....this one is well off the beaten track!
133 days ago
We’re covering a lot of miles during this our busiest time of year, but the ‘Landy’ is rock solid and never misses a beat!
141 days ago
We saw plenty of deer, even a woodpecker, but couldn’t get a picture of them, however the view towards Portland this evening is worth a look!
148 days ago
Purbeck Hills (East Dorset)
Lasts 4 hours
This is our best selling and most popular safari. On the Purbeck Hills we travel over un spoilt countryside viewing Corfe Castle, Dorset's best loved land mark from every angel.
We enter the Purbeck Hills across the River Frome, and head immediately east across the Stoborough heathlands some of the most important low land heath in the world. Then on around the Arne peninsula, a place almost forgotten by time.
We climb some rugged tracks for some close up pictures of Corfe Casle ~ and find out how Oliver Cromwell finally defeated The loyalist Banks family!
Before picking our way through little used country lanes, where wildlife of every kind abounds.
As we journey on we can observe how the latest in 21st century oil production has linked hand in hand with some of the world's most environmentally sensitive areas like Poole harbour, Brownsea Island and Sandbanks.
We then pause to admire just what has been achieved by local craftsmen over the last 200, years and learn a bit about the famous Lord Eldon's legacy in the Purbeck area.
Then we head west over the old hill top ridge into Kimmeridge and Tyneham, which all have their own fascinating stories to tell.
After traveling through some of the most spectacular scenery the Jurassic Coast has to offer we finally visit the Purbeck 'Ball clay' region where the famous Josiah Wedgewood made his fortune back in 1770.
Carol and I were born and raised in the Isle of Purbeck, and look forward to telling you a few local tales and funny stories about life in this part of the world.