We tried to make the most of yesterday by going up to the highest point in the town to admire the view, and to enjoy a coffee in the coffee shop that's up there. We were a little disappointed to find that the coffee shop was closed for a bit of a pre-season freshen up, which kind of threw all of our plans out of the window.
|Check out that view|
From here we had a bit of a fruitless journey around town trying to find a coffee shop that wasn't filled with tourists, who were making the most of the pleasant weather. In the end we just decided to go into town and have a wander.
|So sunny I wore a frock|
Boots - Dr. Martens, Bag - Cath Kidston, Dress - Fever, Jacket - Barbour, Scarf - Gift
Bowler Hat - Christies (a gift from hubby)
I'm also hoping that the change of transport for my commute will afford me the great luxury of regular reading time. I'm quite excited by it, I have to tell you.
I digress. This morning we woke up to blisteringly cold conditions, but even so, we decided to head down to the beach at low tide (given that high tide today is meant to be a pretty scary time) with the dogs. We wrapped up well, but I'm not going to lie, it was nithering (a Yorkshirism for bloody freezing.
|Playing in the rock pools|
|Not quite sure how to get off|
|Wondering if Bailey can help him get off|
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