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Tag Archives: tourists
We’ve had a quiet day, pottering about in the garden this morning, doing the housework, that kind of thing, so this afternoon Hubby wanted to get some compressed sawdust for a project and the local pet shop seemed like a … Continue reading
But bring back the lockdown! Our field trip was a non event other than doing the first of June’s shopping early. Traffic wasn’t that bad, but the picnic area car parks were filling up, and those in the supermarket. OMG. … Continue reading
After a late start to the day and discovering the park was not heaving with tourists as we’d expected when we took Maggie for a walk, we ventured up to the beach. The council has opened up the main car … Continue reading
Tomorrow is Good Friday, and if things were normal, the town would be heaving with visitors. The park would be full of people walking their dogs en route up to the prom, eating in one of the many cafes, visiting … Continue reading
It is absolutely no fun whatsoever going shopping or walking into town just now. We expected it to be busy at the height of the season but you literally cannot move sometimes. This has inadvertently had a knock on effect … Continue reading
Don’t punch me, but Hubby and I will be making plans for our unofficial Christmas in the next couple of weeks. We’ve invited MOH up before the holiday season really gets underway and intend to get the tree down and … Continue reading