Our final day in Norfolk was a good 'un! Last summer, we really wanted to go on a boat trip to Blakeney point to see the seals, but the weather was so miserable that the tours kept being cancelled. This year though, we did it! I have a strange affinity with the sea and an odd obsession with boats. So obviously, I thought that the whole thing was amazing! I didn't realise quite how much I adored seals until I got so close to them in their natural habitat! We also had to option at stopping off at Blakeney point for an hour, which was exciting and felt a bit like being let loose on a private, remote island (ignoring the other tourists of course).
We also went to a village street fair which as you can imagine was very exciting! A whole street full of stalls selling bric a brac, food and crafts, activities and games for children and tombola's. The sun was shining and it all felt, well, very British! I brought a little wooden case for my new acrylic paints and Steve finally found a zoetrope - I'm looking forward to seeing what artistic creations he comes up with using this!
To end our day, we went to Sheringham. After watching some Harley Davidson enthusiastic zooming off on their motorbikes along the high street, we went on a search for a bag of chips to eat on the sea front. A perfect end to a seaside break - not forgetting the mushy peas, nom!
That little break now seems like ages ago and it has only been one week! I do have lots and lots of other happening taking place in the next couple of months though, so hopefully there will be many more things to keep inspiring me!
I am holding a stall for the first time in a year tomorrow (eek!). It's at Whetstone Farm in Leicester - you can see the poster here. I'm really looking forward to preparing my stall and to be talking to people about my crafts again - if you're local, you should most definitely pop down and say hello!