An evening at home

How nice it is to spend an evening at home.

We are listening to:

Trespassers William, Different Stars.

The sound track of intelligent, thoughtful relaxation.

We are reading:

The Caravan Magazine, April 1964

Found in a Margate junk shop. We want one of these beautiful retro vans.

We are looking at:

The moon in a deep blue sky.

Tomorrow is going to be a supercreative day.

About TheBigForest

TheBigForest. A silly artist maker creating in felt and paper construction. Like us on Facebook: TheBigForest. Find us at Twitter : twitter/TheBigForestuk


  1. Ann, what a nice post to come home to tonight, thank you!

  2. annperrin

    I love your creativity it reminds me a younger me! I once had a VW camper van, my partner bought it for my 6oth birthday,he knew I had always wanted one and looked brill. Whoops! Every holiday in broke down, usually on the way to somewhere, so we had to pop back for his ancient Beetle and our tent!
    Six years ago, I came out of retirement, worked myself silly for a year and bought a new Romahome! Hooray! O.K more or less a bed on wheels, but fridge and cooker and cheap on fuel would live in it tomorrow, if I didn’t have so many marionettes to store. Love, love your pics and lifestyle Annx

  3. i love this picture! i have always imagined a sunset like this which leaves that halo of yellow light above the horizon 🙂 thank you for sharing and also by caravan magazine do you mean VW camper van? as i have ALWAYS wanted to drive one of these camper vans 🙂
    keep smiling

    • Thank you. So pleased you like it.

      We have a VW camper van, our pride and joy. Im just writing a post about the pleasures of camper vans so do check back again!

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