We are coming to the end of our two week summer holiday at the caravan. It is the longest stretch we get all year so I'm a bit sad. But it has been really enjoyable. Most of the days have been gloriously sunny and we have been out and about so we are nicely tanned. We did have two days of non-stop rain in the middle but that was just to remind us that we are still indeed in the UK! But we were ok because we have *cagoules and scrabble! As usual we have eaten too much, drank too much and spent too much money :) But then that is what holidays are for. We have walked miles and miles in wonderful scenery and every morning we have been swimming. We've read, shopped and done no cooking what-so-ever instead we have eaten picnic or pub lunches or chips with scraps and lots of salt and vinegar, followed by ice cream cones. Why can't this be my life all the time? Wouldn't it be fab!
Oh well back to reality (and the diet!) on Monday! At least I still have 3 weeks off work even if I do have a ridiculously long 'to do' list to crack on with. And I better add some crafting to it seeing as I've bought lots of paper crafting materials and fabric etc.
Photos all taken in Scarborough. The last one is where we parked, right next to the hotel which was used as the outside of the hospital in the ITV TV series 'The Royal'
* OMG cagoules bring back so many cringey memories from my childhood. My parents, my brother and I all had matching red ones duringthe 70s. I must have been around 8 or 9. How bloody embarrassing. I remember wearing them at Butlins in Filey and other family days out. How could my parents do this to us. Traumatic!
Wish me luck - I keep trying but I have yet to win anything :(