Expedition Equinox

Departing Base Camp at 1400 hours, the intrepid Transition Nayland explorers conquered the elements to reach Destination Lower Dairy Farm.

The urn was on* and a splash of bunting arrayed the Mill House, where the brave Equinox Explorers refuelled on tea and cake (preferred expedition food of Sir Ranulph).


There's nothing like a cup of tea to melt the icicles in the relative warmth of a barn!  A trip to see the calves, and our hardy explorers were back on the road, joined by Humbug, our resident Husky, for their return to Base Camp.

Woolly hats off to Transition Nayland for persevering so merrily in the lovely conditions!

We had great fun hosting our first event in the Mill House.  For us, it is lovely to be able to share what we are doing on the farm and our barn restoration progress.  There is a lot of work ahead of us, but the Mill House has come a long way in the last eighteen months.

Thanks to Transition Nayland for a lovely afternoon!

*Yes, I love tea urns so much, I take pictures of them.  Go ahead, judge me.