The Sand Between His Toes

You might have seen my polite request on Friday for better weather? Well, I assume that whoever controls the weather obviously read this blog post as I am currently sat here with a sunburnt chest (irreseponsible) and exhausted from a lovely day out.
This morning consisted of breakfast in a cafe we used to visit a lot when Charles was little and then a walk along the "North Beach" at Lowestoft.
We started walking right by the windturbine, which Charles says Mister Maker made! and walked along to the new caravan park and walked back.
We then drove to Southwold and headed straight to the pub for a beer (J20 for Charles) and, one finished, then walked on to the beach.
We stopped for ice cream and bought Charles a bucket and spade so he could make sand 'parcels' (he can't say Castles) then sat on the sand for around an hour and a half. Harry felt the sand between his toes for the first time and loved it!!
I was put on the naughty step by Charles for going in the sea (just a paddle) and was told not to do it again.
We then drove the other side of Lowestoft to Gorleston and got a tray of sausage, chips and curry sauce.
Today was a lovely day. A simple day of last minute plans and appreciating the town we live in, towns we live near and making the most of things we can do for free!



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