Wednesday, 15 January 2014

Beaches and beautiful views are best when shared.


We spent part of last weekend in Somerset.


Lots of beach walking.


Skipping around and digging with Tilly May (the one with the boots on).


On the way, we passed the Striding Man on the Somerset levels, who used to stand on his own beside the M5 motor way in empty fields. Now he has company of a load of new houses and a huge supermarket storage facility.
Somerset has a village that is still cut off with flood water from a few weeks ago. I always thought the Striding Man stood on a flood plain.


We had a brilliant time with our kids and grand kids. We don't see them often, but when we do it's always quality time.


There was even a rainbow at the weekend, only I could take this photo, too intent on watching the rainbow and not notice what framed the view. Our camera died on us a few months ago, we've been using our old pink one, so I blame it all on the camera.


We also came home with a bottle of Mead. Mead is made from honey.
If you have never tried Mead before and we hadn't, word of warning, it's potent, very sweet and we still have half a bottle left along with the headache it gave us both.
NEVER AGAIN..... maybe a small glass, not a large glass to start with.


If you haven't noticed, on our side bar we have a link to an auction blog. This time, the auction is for our friend young Tweedles, if you want to bag yourself a bargain head on over by clicking on the link HERE
Freya can be found over at CAT FLAP CAVALIER


We weren't the only one's who enjoyed our visit to Somerset.
See you all again soon. :-) x x x

16 comments:

Mary Ann said...

Love the first picture...beautiful colours. Looks like you had a fun time:) Freya did of course.

I love mead but we can't get the good stuff from Britain locally now. It used to be a Christmas treat.

WoolenSails said...

Wish I could go for a walk with you, such beautiful scenery and the sunset is gorgeous.

Debbie

Christine said...

Happy New Year to you all!
those are spectacular views.
Glad you enjoyed time with your loved ones!
Christine

Murphy said...

If only we could have played in the water with you!

Your Pals,

Murphy & Stanley

Faye Henry said...

Oh to walk along a beach .. Your temps are so much warmer than ours that a beach walk here would not be the same.. smile..
Glad you are doing well dear Midge.. xo

Hailey and Zaphod and their Lady said...

What a lovely place to walk! Lee and Phod

Tweedles -- that's me said...

Oh gosh,,, we love seeing photos of your beach. It looks so peaceful. Oh yes, we know it has some emotional times like all beaches,, but it just looks welcoming. How we wish we were there with all of you!
The rainbow is gorgeous,, It was a perfect shot- because one minute they are there- and the next moment they are not,, so you captured the moment.
We have never heard of that drink.
Thanks for the 'heads up' on the auction--- we appreciate it so much.
Now we will pretend we are walking on your beach with you.
love
tweedles

Sue said...

Fab photos.

Glad you had a nice time with your family.

Molly The Wally said...

Looks like you had a fabulous time and the weather looked good. We have a thank you post up for you today. Have a tremendous Thursday.
Best wishes Molly

scotsmad said...

Gorgeous photos. Looks like everyone had a fabulous time.

XXXOOO Daisy, Bella & Roxy

Mitch and Molly said...

What beautiful pictures! You look like you're walking on water, Freya!

Love ya lots♥
Mitch and Molly

tubby3pug said...

What a gorgeous rainbow!

We havent been by in awhile but are glad you look so good and hope everything is well

retro rover (formally urban hounds)

~ Kirra ~ said...

How wonderful and one is envious of such a beautiful location as we all as the joys of the beach scene. Freya certainly looks ever so happy -x-

Mollie said...

I'd love to go there :) so beautiful xxooxxx

Mollie and Alfie

Dory and the Mama said...

Looks like a wonderful holiday!!

Judith said...

Mead up this neck of the woods comes from Lindisfarne. It's an island that you can drive to when the tide is out. It's other name is Holy Island. lovely photo's, lovely sun set.Freya was having a good time.Think we are moving in May, will keep you posted.
Judith xxx