Wednesday, 21 August 2013


Last week a few days in Suffolk with the family camping and caravanning, and a super time had by all.

Great dips in the sea and much digging on the beach at Walberswick followed by an excellent lunch at The Bell Inn, which has to be one of the most characterful pubs I have been in - and there have been a few! - and it's apparently very haunted too, and then crabbing and we caught 21 - I think the best thing was letting them go again - they are so comical running sideways down the ramp back into the water.

The next day, some rain in the morning, but then a hearty lunch at the campsite followed by a visit to Southwold where the children with Mum and Dad climbed the Lighthouse, a walk along the Pier, a browse in the shops and tea and cake at the Adnams Brewery - and a bit of shopping in there too!

The roads were really busy with tractors and corn carts and the combines were busy in the fields throwing up great amounts of dust as they race to get the harvest in which is looking good after a slow start.

Home again now, and seeing the Harvest coming in always makes be begin to think about Autumn - especially with my knitting projects as knitting, not being an instant thing, you really have to think ahead and so on the go at the moment are my Autumn Leaves Throw and Mug Hugs - textured, basketweave ones on display at!refreshing/c18t8, but two colour Brick Design ones in the making too.

You can see the Throw work in progress at!inspiration/c24vq  

Keep an eye open for the finished article.

See you soon.

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