Where was I on this warm and sunny day?
We'd been staying in Whitby for a few days and walked along the beach on Wednesday from there to Sandsend.
The weather was unbelievable, so many people were out walking and the view from my chair outside a beach side cafe as I sipped my coffee and indulged in a small piece of cake was stunning!
We'd travelled up to Yorkshire first staying in Malham, ready for a weekend of
Well, I loved that!
It was such a great event, plenty to see and plenty to buy.
I didn't see my mandela but know it was up there somewhere!
The yarn bombing in the park was excellent too.
My grandchildren joined in at home trying to guess what yarn bombing was and happened to call me on face time while we were in the park.
So, they were very excited to actually see the bikes and decorated lamp posts, although I was told afterwards that it did look at one point as if I was actually talking to the trees.
So what else did we do once we'd headed off for Whitby?
Well, we went on a steam train
(no photos I'm afraid)
walked up and around Whitby Abbey
we drove over the moors
and walked down to Robin Hoods Bay which is where Kate had her first paddle in the sea at just over 1 year old.
(So a nostalgia trip for us)
Now we're back home
and I have lots of lovely things to look forward to making.
More socks - ( I must not buy any more sock wool!)
and my list goes on.
The brooch is by
I already have one which I really like that was a gift last christmas and I just couldn't resist having another. they're such beautiful colours.
So plenty to keep me busy.
Have a great weekend.