Monday, 11 August 2008

Postcard from...

In case you hadn't noticed, last week we weren't here. Instead, we were here...

and we went there...

and did a bit of this...

and enjoyed the view

here....

And for most of the time we were staying here (thanks to Auntie Margaret and Uncle Clive)....

Ok, it might have rained a lot but we still had a great time!

PS: Prize for anyone who can identify the locations!

23 comments:

  1. Is that Worcester CCC?

    You can't beat the mighty Pears, well you can, but still my county team.

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  2. Certainly is! And what a county ground - it was my first visit (but it won't be my last).

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  3. i was going to say it looks a bit like N. Ireland near the Antrim coast, but not as rocky! i was just over in N. Ireland for 3 weeks holidays visiting cousins- yes, it rained and was cold but didn't dampen my spirits- LOVED it! so am glad you still had a good time on holidays too...

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  4. The photo of the cliffs is intriguing. Judging by the shadows, such as I can see, I'd guess you're looking west-ish, so that would make it a south or west coast. The vertical strata in the yellow cliff on the right are unusual, and I'd be surprised if this was the south coast of England. I think somewhere that's been subject to some serious tectonic activity, so I'd go for the Welsh coast. maybe along the south somewhere. The rain is irrelevant, as it poured down everywhere last week, but the grey beach sand is consistent with coal waste in southern Wales.

    Well, that's my guess!

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  5. Very good, Mr Clack - and the house o'er the estuary?

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  6. thanks for popping by my blog earlier today, you have a cutie for a son.

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  7. Hmmm. So we have Worcester and Wales. My guess Of Mother Ivy's Bay in Cornwall goes right out the window then! Damn...I wanted a prize, too!

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  8. Dylan Thomas's house at Laugharne. You got some sunshine!

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  9. It's good to share our holiday photos. Gives us a little insight into other people's preferences. I'm just nosey. Great pictures.

    CJ xx

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  10. Yup - the Boat House, Liz (just along the coast from you?). So far no-one's been more precise than Wales for the cliff-top or the beach photos (taken within a few miles of each other - the sunshine being on Friday). Any more offers?

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  11. Oh, I can remember my little boy dressed in a very similar outfit being introduced to the waves. Over a decade later, he is asking for mixed gender sleepovers. You have been warned! :)

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  12. Looks lovely despite the rain! Glad you all had a great time :)

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  13. I don't know where it is...but it's beautiful and I'd like to be there..

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  14. I was going to say Cornwall, but then what do I know, hey? Lovely to see shots of England again. We are coming back for a whole month in October - yeay!

    I hear you have had a bad summer with lots of rain??

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  15. I thought that some of the photos looked like Devon, but now I don't think so after reading Liz's comment. Anyway what is the prize?

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  16. Am I too late to say Cornwall?

    I've added you to my blog list!

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  17. No, not too late (but not right, I'm afraid). Answers in the next post, internet-permitting. (And thanks, nunhead mum, for the link!)

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  18. Looks very beautiful. No sight of rain at all!

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  19. Looks lovely. And it's England. Where are all the stabbings etc??

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  20. Lovely post. Unfortunately have not seen any live cricket for ages. B.C. (Before Children) I might have managed a couple of tests around the country (even Lord's). Longing to get back some time. Maybe I should just drag them along?

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  21. Kimmeridge or Lulworth, I can't decide which is very sad because I live very close by! Doesn't matter anyway because anywhere in Dorset is wonderful :-)

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