Sunday, 5 May 2019

The view from here

Were having a week away in Aberdovey, Wales, this week.  We drove down yesterday and are staying in a flat overlooking the estuary.  The flat is absolutely lovely and the view from the window is just perfect.

I've bought along some stitching and the socks I started last week, I got to the heel on the first sock but I want to do both heels together, so I started on the second sock, I'm almost done with the leg on the second one now.

Maybe this time I will get socks :-)

Over the last week I only stitched a couple of times, I got Suznnah's hair done.

We haven't gone very far today, had a lazy morning then walked to the pub and had a lovely Sunday roast followed by a long walk on the beach while the tide was out.

Looking out towards the Irish sea.

Looking back at how far we walked

I loved looking at the patterns the tide made in the sand

And we saw quite a few jelly fish

 And looking back towards the colourful houses.
We are staying in the last coloured house (next to the block of white ones) on the right as you look at the photo

 We might take a trip out tomorrow, we'll see what the weather is like when we get up as to how far we venture.

That's all for now folks, see you soon.



Barb said...

I love seeing pictures from your part of the world! It is beautiful. I love being by the sea, that's why we moved to Washington.

Jane said...

I love Wales. What a beautiful view from you little holiday let! We've holidayed in Wales so many times in my life. My dad brought us up to be steam train enthusiasts and we've ridden all the steam railways in Wales. We haven't been able to have a holiday since '17, so I hope we can get over that way again soon. Best, Jane :)

Poppypatchwork said...

Enjoy your break, it looks stunning, hope it's not too cold for you. We have booked a cottage in September.

Jo said...

What a fabulous view and it looks like you've got some good weather too. Your socks are coming on a treat, I think my brain was elsewhere when I read your last post, I was thinking the yarn was from Craft House Magic but it's in fact from Crafternoon Treats I now realise, it's a lovely colour. The row of coloured houses is so pretty, what a lovely place to stay. Enjoy your week.

Tina said...

Lovely view, hope the weather is good to you xx

Carol said...

Looks like a wonderful place to relax and enjoy nature as you knit and stitch, Maggie! Enjoy :)

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Gill - That British Woman said...

that looks like a wonderful location. I hope the weather is holding up for you?

wisps of words said...

What a perfect place, for a holiday!!!!!!


Lowcarb team member said...

Looks fabulous, lovely photographs.

All the best Jan