29 August 2015

Project 365 2015 #35

It has been such a lovely week taking the children to Norfolk and finishing off with a day at The Big Feastival. Now the holidays are over and it's back to the routine of school and work next week - not looking forward to any of that at all!

Project 365 #35

Project 365 2015 day 235 - Pinewoods Wells-next-the-sea // 76sunflowers
Project 365 2015 day 236 - Windfall apples // 76sunflowers
Project 365 2015 day 237 - Sand dunes at Winterton // 76sunflowersProject 365 2015 day 238 - Horsey Windpump // 76sunflowers
Project 365 2015 day 239 - Sole Sisters RMR Virtual Runner 10k medal // 76sunflowers
Project 365 2015 day 240 - Cosmos // 76sunflowers
Project 365 2015 day 241 - Tractor at The Big Feastival // 76sunflowers

Day 235
We had an amazing day at Wells-next-the-Sea today with a picnic and sandcastle session on the beach, a lovely walk almost out to Holkham and back through the Pinewoods before walking back along the wall to town. Then fish and chips - perfect!
Day 236
Off to see my Mum today, which is always interesting. The children cleared the front lawn of windfall apples to keep them busy. I just sat and bit my lip whilst she asked me what was going on with my hair.
Day 237
Back to the beach at Winterton today. We made a sand fort around the beach tent, dug for an almost lost in the sand jelly shoe, ate jam sandwiches and walked through the sand dunes.
Day 238
A soggy one today which saw us climbing up Horsey Windpump to escape the rain.
Day 239
Back home today. Mixed emotions about that but when we got in there was some happy mail awaiting me in the form of my Sole Sisters RMR medal for last week's Virtual 10k Run.
Day 240
A day of chores today including last minute school uniform and shoes shopping, haircuts for the children and food prepping for the freezer ready for the onslaught of work and school next week. Ugh. I wandered down the garden and found these beautiful Cosmos growing amongst the overgrown beds.
Day 241
A final bit of fun for the summer holiday, we headed up to The Big Feastival today. We first went two years ago and this year I won day tickets so we headed up to Oxfordshire again. This time it was harder to occupy the children - they seem to have hit that tricky age. We, the adults, also commented that there wasn't much for them and for the grown ups hitting the bars and eateries would be a great way to spend a summer Saturday but that wasn't possible today. The children climbed on the old tractor - until told that the farmer that owned it didn't want anyone on it!!? But the best bit we all agreed was the dodgems!

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