Before I disappear for a weekend of felt boot making (I'll tell you all about it when I get back!) here are a few more answers to your questions....
If you had to live in a different decade, which would it be? I think I would choose the 60's. Those baby boomers seemed to have it all, great clothes, great music, lots of fun and no responsibility!
Where do you want to take your next vacation? Hopefully we will be going camping in half term (which starts at the end of next week). We haven't decided where yet, although Norfolk and Scotland are both in contention. I promise to bring back lots of photos to show you where ever we get to.
Where have you travelled? As a child my parents used to take my sister and I out of school for three months of every year (Jan - Easter) and we would drive down to Africa via Spain. We visited loads of little villages on the way and would spend some nights under canvas, others in 5* hotels and any combination of accommodations in between. We also used to visit France a lot and my best friend is Swedish so I have visited there a number of times. Since having children and buying the money pit (otherwise known as our house) we have mainly stayed closer to home, enjoying exploring parts of the UK and having fun in our big family tent.
How many chickens do you have? We started with the three above, who were all meant to be girls. Unfortunately Florence Fluffy Bum (can you guess which one she is?) was killed by a dog and Ginger became a cockerel unexpectedly. So our plan for lots of yummy eggs went a bit wrong. Luckily Tadpole (Jack's choice of name!) became broody and hatched two beautiful peachy coloured chicks, both girls, and we have stuck with that four ever since.
Favourite flower? Can I have one for each season? Winter - Hyacinth, Spring - Tulip, Summer - Rose and Autumn - Anemone.