Centre stage this weekend had to go to the
wandering welder in his dapper chap mode.
No he is not yodelling in the mountains of Switzerland or some such place
we were in fact in Keswick in the Lake District.
I'm very proud of him as he looks a million dollars and is
in fact wearing about £40 worth of clobber.
The jacket and trousers came from Vintage Fairs and
his shirt, tie, boots and waistcoat came from the charity shops.
Here he is again in the gardens of the Pheasant Inn at Bassenthwaite
were we stayed for two nights before moving down to Grange Over Sands
to open the caravan for the season.
I can't let you go without seeing this vintage knitted waistcoat that I am
sharing with the welder. He found it in a vintage shop but I got first dabs on wearing it.
I picked up this Traidcraft basket for £4, it still had its original price tag of £22
on it. The skirt was sent to me by an Instagram friend and is made from a curtain.
These two embroidered cushion covers jumped into my basket
at a whopping price of £2.49 for the two.
A great weekend was had by all and included a comedy play by Sandy Toskvig
"Silver Lining" at The Theatre by the Lake at Keswick.
Afternoon tea at The Pheasant Inn where we stayed in Bassenthwaite
Then finished off with a lazy day in the sunshine sat outside our caravan.