Wednesday, 16 July 2008

Signs of summer!

Fudge sundaes for a 'school's out' treat!
Cart rides with Suffolk Punches at our favourite farm
Vintage buses at Grannie's local fete
and a superb flower and produce show
so much work to produce just 3 flowers...
a plate of beans....
or 4 carrots...Well done all the prizewinners!
Toes on beaches
Feeding seagulls on the prom
and watching the sun go down over the pier.
Summer is here and we are enjoying every minute! Hope you're all having a good week. t.x

13 comments:

Michelle said...

How wonderful! Thank you for such a lovely post

Debbies-English-Treasures said...

Although Summer is here, It doesn`t feel like it to me...
We are going on holidays to North Wales next week and we will definatly be taking umbrellas, winter coats and wet suits for the beach (just in case) of more bad weather!
Here in Lancashire, always seems to rain a lot more than the rest of the country....
Maybe I should move and live where you live, it sure looks nicer than here...
Kisses Kisses
Debbie
xxx

Nostalgia at the Stone House said...

Lovely photos T - glad to see that you and your beautiful boy are having lots of fun. Doesn't it make a difference to feel the sun.....long may it continue......

(That vintage bus reminds me of my childhood - and not because I'm from that era!! ;-)) I've sure seen a few of those in my lifetime!)
Village fetes are such fun!

Keep having lots of jolly times,
Niki x

Kitschen Pink said...

Thank-you for your comments. For the sake of Debbie I'd like to clarify that this time last week we were thinking of lighting the stove it was so cold! It is a wonderful thing that the sun has decided to shine on our first week of holiday together! t.xx

Robyn said...

Lovely photography! Love the vintage bus, especially.

morgan m said...

the sundae has some lovely shades of brown! so glad to come across your blog!

mathea said...

Ah, summer in England - it takes me back! Lovely images making me think I really must make an effort to visit England next summer...
Thank you for leaving such lovely comments at my blog so I got the chance to find yours - I will be back :-)

Rosie said...

What a wonderful time you're having; wish I could be in Cromer NOW. And thanks for visiting my blog!

sesga loves 1950s said...

How lovely to see you having a such a nice time .

I love the Vintage Bus ,I want one.

The fudge ice cream is making me drool!!LOL
Love from sesga xx

Kitschen Pink said...

Thank-you all for your lovely comments. That vintage bus sure is popular! I wonder if they'd hire it out for a transatlantic blogging girls party!? No perhaps not! Also, whilst the beautiful boy and his daddy enjoyed the fudge sundae - I really should have taken a pic of my pudding! Figs in spiced syrup with mascarpone cream..... just for you I'll go back and have it again so I can get that photo! Mmmmmmm t.x

lottie the allotment lady said...

Fabby photos and wonderful sunshine - perfect

Kristin said...

I WANT THE BUS!!! I am trying to fulfill my dream of a red restored vw bus to use at Christmas for taking my friends and family on tours of the pretty christmas lights!!! I want to serve hot chocolate out of vintage thermos' and play old Christmas music.I also want to use to it Christmas shop, with a big wwwwreath tied on the front. I have all the details worked out and just need the bus now.:0)Kristin

Kitschen Pink said...

Well when you get that bus Kristin, I'm on for the ride! Sounds wonderful! t.x