Saturday, 6 March 2010

Shopping in Totnes - Devon


I always love to visit Totnes, except the climb up the main High Street.
As much as I love living in Devon,
why are there so many hills ?



The intended shop, with lots of crafty things inside.


Sometimes the market is on.


Going home can be a tight squeeze along the lanes, unless you are lucky enough to find a lorry to follow.


But then some of us, are wiser than most and never venture far from the fire.

Do they Mew ?

10 comments:

Allie said...

Wah - I want to go shopping there with you! I like hills, just not walking them, lol. Those narrow lanes scare me half to death, Midge....wow.
I think Mew has the right idea!

Полина said...

Ha! I love Mew :) You had a nice shopping :)

Janene said...

Hi!
Thanks for the comment today on my blog. It is so true what you said...I think it is suppose to be "Less is more". Sometimes it is just hard to remember that!
I love your blog...what a great place to live!
I am going back to read more...BYE!

Lisa said...

Lovely! I do hope to visit your part of the world one day! It is so wonderful!!
Hugs, Lisa

Bunny said...

Boy, would I ever be content to sit on a bench and people watch in Totnes -- and wander around in the shops!

Ahh Mew, your belly must be itching for a good rub. Silly cat. :)

Hope you had a lovely shopping day! Can't say I envy you having to drive those narrow lanes!

xoxoxo

Tweedles -- that's me said...

Hi Mew Mew
It is nice to meet you. I think your cuddly looking.
I love your hills and the landscape is so pretty
love
tweedles

WendyCarole said...

It looks lovely there

ittybittyandpretty said...

oh that cat made me laugh OUT LOUD!!
scooch on over puss i am coming in for a rest!
xxx

Gina @ The Shabby Chic Cottage said...

passing by to see the lovely sights... xoxo

Heckety said...

Thank you for the outing-those buildings are lovely. When we were in the Malverns last Easter our girls just loved the old english houses and barns, they were fascinated by the differences between here and there.