Such a sunny day it was, and the photo above looks quite grey! Never mind, you will have to imagine the sun! Jim and I took a jaunt up to Dersingham to look at some plants to go in the garden. It really was a lovely day, and warm when in direct sunshine. After visiting Thaxters and having a coffee in the cafe we drove up to Old Hunstanton and took a stroll round the craft centre - we go about once every year or so - it doesn't change much!
I bought some cards and some little odds and ends for future gifts, and no, I was tempted, but did not walk out with any socks, delightful though they were! They were imported from America so I didn't feel they had much to do with Norfolk Crafts!
Then we went for a stroll overlooking the sea and the beach huts. An old friend and I used to bring the children here - oooh MANY years ago now, to a little hut they had. Crikey! That must be about 30 years ago!!
Jim, gazing out towards Hunstanton. Blue sky more apparent here!
Looking West - Hunstanton faces both north and west, as it sits on that corner of the Rump of East Anglia.
Looking north, across the dunes to the sea.
Jim in the car park at The Lodge where we had our lunch. And very nice too!
Then on Thursday, after my melodeon lesson, I met up in Norwich with my friend Sue and we had a wander and then lunch (yes, my posts are all about eating, I know) at The Waffle House , which has been going at least thirty years and Sue can't imagine why she has never taken me there before.
Sue polishing off her waffle with brownie mousse and ice cream. I know, disgusting isn't it?
And my almost clean plate. Except I didn't have ice cream. Honest. well, just a little bit of Sue's!
So that's the extent of my wanderings for the last couple of weeks, the sunshine was just too good to remain indoors and it was good to catch up with Sue - plans for more lino-cutting are in the air. I hope you have all managed to do nice things in the sunshine - but watch those frosts! We aren't there yet!