When Bob and I were away with my sister and my nephew we visited the Wild Boar Park in Chipping.


It was less commercial than our local farm park and I loved this as it felt like we were getting a real glimpse of behind the scenes.


We were also lucky that it was quite quiet so we got to spend some quality time with the animals. We all bottle fed a lamb and held a chick. My nephew had lots of chicks on his lap and they even trusted Bob with one. I hope the chick isn’t too scarred from the experience!


They led a guided walk around the park which was lovely and we were introduced to many animals, including the wild boars. I thought they were very cute until about 4 months old, then they became a bit scary.


My sister and I didn’t choose the most appropriate footwear for our farm visit!


There was a lovely playground for little ones and a larger one with zip wires for older children. There were go karts and tractor and trailer rides ran throughout the day.


We all had a wonderful day and I would love to visit again when we are next in the area.

My Fun Photo Favourite from last week was a fun filledpost from Mrs. D over at Mrs D Plus Three. She has discovered a fabulous app called A Beautiful Mess which I can’t wait to try. Mrs. D has lots of lovely photos in the post, here is an example of what you can do.


As a reward Mrs. D can come and do my housework as, when i start playing around with this app, I don’t think I’ll have time to do it. 😉 She can also display the Fun Photo Favourite badge if she wishes.

If you have been having fun with photography, editing or you’ve photographed something fun, please link up below. Make sure that you link up the post, rather than your home page as I struggle to find some of your posts when I am choosing a Fun Photo favourite. If you would like to grab my badge or add a text link it would be much appreciated. Also, if you would like to tweet me your links I would be happy to RT them. Don’t forget to choose your favourite using the like buttons beneath each image. This will help me to choose my Fun Photo Favourite.

*By taking part in this linky you are giving me permission to show your photo next week, if it is chosen as my Fun Photo Favourite. I will, of course, link back to your blog.

Linking up with some other Lovely Linkys.

 Posted by Charlotte on May 21, 2013 Activities, Photography  Add comments

  19 Responses to “Fun Photo Fun – Wild Boar Park”


    Just love your pictures. What a great day. And I love your choice of footwear. Too funny.
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    What gorgeous photos! Happy WW, thanks for hosting.


    Awww, look at all those baby animals! So cute!


    Looks like you all had a fantastical time heheh!


    Great photos! Love those little chickies. 🙂


    Looks like a neat place to go. If I ever do, I will remember what you say about the shoes.


    Ha, so nice to see that it’s not only me that wear completely inappropriate clothing for such muddy encounters. Growing up on a farm, you’d think I’d know better too 🙂


    That must have been so fun feeding the lamb and holding the chicks!
    You ladies are funny with your shoes 😉

    Happy WW!


    Looks like great fun! So much to do. Bob looks like she took care of her chick 🙂


    I love the most appropriate foot wear. I always notice shoes.


    Such cute animals. I had to laugh at the footwear. 🙂


    Very interesting and a fun place too! Thanks for hosting.


    Oh what a fun place! Love all the shots! And yeah, different footwear probably would have been a good idea… 😉

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    It looks like you guys had a really fun day!


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    Kids and animals just go together. Nice pics!


    Those chicks are too cute!


    Awww. Looks like a fun-filled day! But yikes! The shoes! I can only imagine how that felt. 😉

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