I'm playing catch up here.
Can't believe it was a week ago since we were at the caravan and meeting up with friends in Ulverston.
No I'm not drinking beer, I had picked up Philip's glass by mistake.
Both Maria and I had our Fly London boots on and it looked like they were having a little chat. As well as having the most fantastic day at Printfest, visiting Maria and Patrick and rounding the day off with a meal in the local Chinese restaurant we managed to fit in some charity shop foraging.
Couldn't believe my luck when I spotted these Edwardian kid leather opera gloves and this french pinafore
Sunday got myself ready for visiting Art On The Prom at Grange Over Sands only to find it had been cancelled due to high winds. You have to feel for the traders who after all the work they put in for the event don't know until early that morning whether its on or off. Thats the problem with outdoor events.
Nevertheless it was still nice enough to go down to Grange, which is five minutes away from the caravan. This cottage on the main street has to be the most photographed house in the town. If they ever change those blinds I'll be gutted, they are lovely.
Lunch was in the fabulous Yew Tree Barn at Low Newton.
A super place for a mooch round, its full or reclaimed stuff from old houses
Monday we drove over to Bardsea to sample Liquorice & blackcurrant ice cream
from Roy's cart. He is so famous for his homemade ices you have to queue for a
good 30 minutes. He has 20 varieties.
We moved on from there to Moat Farm where we wanted to see the vintage tearoom
and caravan that you can have afternoon tea in or a little party.
Forgot my phone to take pictures with but I can report it was fabulous and so are
Right off to see what else I need to catch up with
Thanks for dropping by if you have.
I've probably missed the party this week.