Thank you for the lovely comments whilst I was at the coast, and it's been great catching up with everyone's own posts too.
Any hoo, back to the week off. We had a great week, both relaxing and also doing lots of vintage foraging, and needless to say we came back with lots of great charity shop & antique shop finds, which I'll post about tomorrow.
There's a lovely beachside path walk into the next village Thorpeness, it's very open & rather wild, it being a protected piece of beach as it's covered in rare plants and birds.
|brand new modern home on the shore|
It was SOOOOOO windy it made the going difficult, but we stopped for a '99' and that made the walk back easier :D
The weather was wet and windy all week, but it gave us a rainbow :)
and the young seagulls were out in force (wanting our fish and chips - which they didn't get from us let me tell you!)
We even saw a freight train, heading to Sizewell (nuclear station) - which might not sound like much (yep, it really doesn't, ha ha) but warrented a photo as we've been over this trainline soooo many times & were convinced it wasn't used - but here it was, the train stopping, someone getting off and opening the gates to let it through
and this awesome fig tree was covered in figs & over 10 feet high, I've never seen one so large in the UK
We had a lovely quiet week with no phones, internet or satellite tv! Finds tomorrow x