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Sunday, 12 October 2014

Mini Break - Part 2!

Hello friends

Home from a lovely long weekend away and we were unbelievably lucky
with the weather.   Just one tiny downpour and the rest of the time brilliant sunshine.
I am completely in love with the Lake District, like many visitors I am charmed by its
rolling fields, the drystone walls and the feeling of general calm.
The lakes of course are stunning.
We did make a stop in Grasmere, thank you for your advice Michele - 
the gingerbread is delicious.
On our return journey we stopped in Chester for a few hours, this is my second visit but
I was still wowed by the architecture.
So all in all a brilliant time.  
I'm now rested to craft like mad - watch this space!
Take care friends.

22 comments:

Wendy L said...

Love Chester too. both gorgeous places. xxx

Stamping Bubbles said...

Morning Christine
I am glad the North West welcomed you both with sunshine. The Lakes are stunning whatever the weather but in the sunshine they take your breathe away.
Glad you enjoyed Chester - did you indulge in a little retail therapy too? Shopping in Chester is amazing.
Enjoy your day crafting
Lesley

Chris said...

Hi Christine,
Glad you and Elliott are home safely and enjoyed your mini break, it is tipping it down here this morning, so a crafty day for me I think as I don't have to work today.
Have a good week, I bet you have loads of planning to do.
Chris xx

PharmacyMichele said...

So glad your break was enjoyable, was hoping the weather stayed fine for you. Very glad you like Grasmere gingerbread-quite addictive, pop a piece in the microwave for 10 seconds-much nicer!!

Michele.

ElizabethS said...

Hi Christine, so pleased you had a wonderful time in the Lake District. It is a wonderful place. The pics are lovely. And a belated congratulations on your new Spellbinders role, how wonderful and exciting. You deserve all the success.
Elizabeth x
P.S. Thanks for the tip on the gingerbread Michele - will try it next time.

Bea said...

hi Christine - glad to hear that you had a lovely time on your break and I am sure it has given you both a boost.
take care
x

nattyboots said...

So pleased the weather was kind to you and you are now refreshed and ready to craft the hours away .
Lovely pics .
Take Care
Elaine H X

Elaine said...

Glad you enjoyed it, the Lake district is amazing. Xx

Lucycat said...

Hi Christine,
I am rally pleased you had good weather,lovely photo's.
I hope you have a good day. Take care. x.

val jones said...

Hi Christine. Sounds like a wonderful weekend. The lakes are magic and the shopping in Chester is fantastic.
Love val in Spain x

Jean Z said...

Hi Christine, So glad you are recovered enough to craft love Jean Z xx

marg said...

Hello Christine
So pleased the weather stayed nice for you both!
I have never been to the Lake District.... but it always reminds me of Swallows and Amazons, Beatrix Potter books and of course Calender Girls, such a beautiful calm place.
Take care
Love Marg

lydia jordan said...

Morning Christine,
Pleased you had a good time and that the weather was kind to you. Batteries recharged now onto your next chapter with Spellbinders. Wishing you every success.
Lydia
X

Sandra said...

Good morning Christine & Elliott,
I am so pleased you had a lovely time, it looks amazing in the pictures. Most of all I am glad you both got to relax and enjoy so quality time together! So important to take time out to unwind. With all that has been going on in your mind Christine I am surprised you didn't sleep for three days.
I look forward to seeing the results of you 'mad' crafting session!
Love & hugs
Sandra xxx

Janice said...

Good morning Christine
Lovely photos, so pleased you both enjoyed your weekend away.
Enjoy your mad crafting session!
Janice x

Lesley Thomas said...

After my first visit, delayed a couple of days because we were both recovering from a bad dose of flue, I've always said that the Lake District is food for the soul. That first time, it had been so dry, that the lake levels were lower than usual, and we saw some lakeside trees standing on 'tip toe' because their roots were exposed by about 18 inches. That year, some of the lakes had something akin to beaches!

hazel young said...

Lovely photos glad you had a wonderful time as you both deserve it xx hazel

Jacquie said...

Brilliant place Lake District, I would love to go back there, so peaceful and calm with stunning views.

Glad you enjoyed your break.

Love & Hugs

Jacquie J xxx
http://jewelscardcraft.blogspot.co.uk/

Patricia Howarth said...

Hi Christine, So glad you both enjoyed your break away in the Lakes and that the weather was kind to you.
Fabulous piccies, and I agree that the buildings in Chester are fabulous, as are Shrewsbury and Ludlow, I absolutely adore the black and white buildings and my mind wanders back in time, the history is brilliant !!
Lots of love from Patricia xx

Carolyn Hughes said...

Hi Christine, pleased to hear you enjoyed your weekend break and didnt need those wellies!
Happy Crafting. Love carolyn

LoraineC said...

Glad you both had a good time, and that you found Grassmere's famous gingerbread !! Happy crafting x

Carole Z said...

Glad you had a good time ...I love the gingerbread! Hugs Carole Z xx

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