Easter this year has been spent on the South coast, visiting my grandmother. We've been backwards and forwards between our guest house and the care home where she's staying. (It's easier for her having shorter visits, especially with the amount she's been sleeping this weekend).
In between times, we went down on to the beach - something I've been doing since summer holidays down here as a kid
|Lusty Glaze beach, Newquay|
We found the meaning of 'sky blue'
Mr Knitty got a dune buggy toy in his Kinder egg this morning - so it had a play on the beach too:
We saw some mussels on the rocks. In my pre-vegetarian days, I loved picking them to take home and cook. Now, I just love the colour combinations and patterns:
We went exploring in a cave. Luckily no monsters. Sadly no treasure left over from the days of smugglers and wreckers:
Of course, hiding in caves is much more fun when you're a grown-up:
|Mr Knitty & I|
I tried to take arty shots of me and my knitting - in the wind:
|Playing with knitting in the wind|
For a while, the sun shone:
Until we went inside, and were treated to the more traditional Bank Holiday weather: