Well, you can walk, you can climb trees, you can sit round the fire and sing songs, take selfies and instagrams of your food and insect bites, ride your bikes on proper woodland trails, or you can look for wild animals, spot birds, listen to nature happening around you, watch the sheep not doing much, say hello to the pigs, count the pheasants, build dens, play hide and seek and run away from your children for HOURS before they find you, have picnics, sling a hammock, pretend you are the famous five, Bear Grylls or a whole platoon of the SAS – really you can do pretty much what you’ve always wanted to but didn’t have anywhere to do it.