We headed down to the harbour. The tide was out, so you could easily see the channels through the salt marshes out to the sea.
I wore my new Monkey Bread scarf for the first time and I love it! I really want to knit the infinity version in a different colour way too. To say that it's soft and warm is an understatement. It is pure luxury! Craig is currently restocking his yarns, and I'm pretty certain that he does the mink and cashmere yarn in purple. If so, bang goes my yarn diet! I shall be completely helpless to resist! I wore it like this .....
We walked down the path, following the channel out to sea, to get to the beach. There were several families with windbreaks, picnicking on the beach. The beach is lovely and sandy!
Wells is famous for its colourful beach huts, set against a backdrop of pine trees.
Most people take great pride in their beach huts, and they are well maintained. We only saw a couple that were in need of a little tlc! It's really hard to pick a favourite. I quite like the yellow, pink and green one. It's called 'Dolly Mixtures' and they were a favourite childhood sweet! We always had them at my birthday parties! Which hut would you choose?
We finished up the Three Horseshoes pub in Warham. It's a really small, traditional English pub that serves a great pie and proper vegetables! Mr JK had beef and horseradish, while I settled on beef and mustard. Deeeeeeeeeelish! Despite the rather generous portions, I found room for some pudding (the sea air must have given me an appetite!) and syrup and nut sponge with custard went down nicely!
The only trouble now is that I feel rather sleepy. Mr JK has disappeared to 'listen to the football match on the radio'!! I think that I might just go and make myself comfy on the sofa with a cup of tea. Hope you are having a good Saturday too! xxx