We are back from our very wet and windy holiday to Brean Sands, we thought we were very clever going the first week back to school, but actually the weather was dreadful and everything was shut. We still had a lovely time though! We are getting quite accomplished at seeking out indoor entertainment for two small people who are full of beans and passed a pleasurable hour or two at the monkey gym at the holiday park
A gale force wind along the beach at Burnham
Drawing pictures in the sand on our deserted beach
I think the gull may have seen Joseph coming.....
Finding a picnic spot atop a cliff at Weston Woods with an amazing view over the sands and bay. Needless to say we all risked life and limb getting there.
Sheltering from the rain inside the fortress at Weston Super Mare's playground. Quite simply the best council playground I have ever seen in my life.
In the ice-cream parlour at the end of the pier at Weston-Super-Mare.
On our last evening of holiday, after we had scoffed down our baked potatoes for tea, we finally ventured down to the beach at Brean. We were rewarded for our efforts with a low tide that went out for miles and an incredible sunset over the sea. I've never seen so many tiny intact shells on a beach, Emmy had a lot of fun finding all the pink butterfly ones where the two parts of the shell are still joined together. I've got a craft project or two in mind for all our treasures that we have brought home.
And last, but not least, we had a day out today at Vanfest in Malvern. I wish I could show you lots of amazing VW show-vans, but I forgot to take any pictures.
Anyway, we lost Joseph for a few minutes and found him driving this van.