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September 02, 2009


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Nina - Tabiboo

'Ahhhhhh' deep breath...

...beautiful pictures Lucy and captured soooo perfectly. Such a joy to take in.

Northumberland is a place on our list to visit one day and you've sold it so well - perfect.

Have a lovely day,

Nina x


Ah Lucy it looks perfect. What precious memories your little ones will have.
My two love going back to the same place every Easter. I thin they actually think it is our house - I wish!


Lovely pictures. I have not been to Northumberland, but it looks lovely,thanks for sharing. x


Beautiful pictures Lucy ~ Craster looks a wonderful place to have a holiday and there is nothing better than childhood memories filled with lovely seaside holidays :O)

Alison Hutchison

Thanks for sharing Lucy. Beautiful piccies and wonderful memories I am sure. Enjoy the last few days with the little people xx

Caroline W

Hi Lucy, wow! amazing pictures, Craster looks like a lovely unspoilt spot, thank you for brightening up my morning as I sit at kitchen table with my cuppa looking out at the rain here in the West of Ireland, Caroline

Anna-Karin, Sweden

Beautiful!! It really looks like you had a wonderful time there!
Anna-Karin xxx

Isabelle (France)

Fantastic! I feel your heebie jeebies just looking at the pictures!
Lucky people who live by the sea...

Sarah - Jane down the lane

Hi Lucy,

Thanks so much for your lovely comment on my blog, I was all brimming over with pleasure at receiving it!
I cant get enough of holiday shots! as you will have noticed from my witterings, tee hee!
I really love Northumberland as I grew up over the border in County Durham. It was lovely to come along to Craster with you. Looking forward to beachy things tommorrow,
Sarah x


Wonderful pictures!


Lovely pictures, especially the rainbows and sunrise, very uplifting. Thanks!


hi Lucy, Your pictures are wonderful. We were in Northumberland at the beginning of August just up the road at Bamburgh,went to Craster for a day out and to smell the lovely smokey air, loved everywhere we went up there actually. It was amazing. Can't wait till next year when we go back there again. I absoulutely agree with you it is a wonderful wonderful part of England.


It looks absolutely stunning. I'm sure your children will remember their summers forever. I'm also a sea junky. We were lucky enough last week to be just a few minutes walk from the Dorset cliff tops and with a view from our tent over Swanage in the distance with the sea expanding behind it and the Isle of Wight in the very far distance. Getting up in the morning to that was such a joy so I can understand how your wonderful view made you feel. Looking forward to tomorrows holiday installment.


oh Lucy, forgot to say, thanks for showing the card i sent you on your blog before you went away. I thought you would like it. I have a 'little house' giveaway over at mine this week if you're interested! xx noelle


What a wonderful time you had at "Driftwood", you made me feel as if I had been there with you. I don't think your littlies will ever forget your holidays.
Wonderful photos.I love the coast.
I just love reading your blog.


Just gorgeous!! Thanks for letting us travel vicariously through you!
Hope all that laundry is coming along! :o)


One thing i notice in blogland is that we all have different perceptions of things which one would think everyone had the SAME perception of. I notice how you use the term heebie jeebies as a feeling of excitedness and overwhelm, but i always thought heebie jeebies meant fear, illness, discomfort. So 2 completely different perceptions there! Just something i noticed thats all!
Love your holiday posts, they dont get boring, its the way you tell the stories, you could talk about the most boring thing in the world and id still read it!
Aqeela xx

The Curious Cat

Stunning sunset photos! Sounds like you had the quintessential british summer holiday! I'd love to go to Northumberland. My friend lives there and I've been meaning to go for some time now - it sounds rugged and beautiful and I love the sound of large skies - you don't often find that in the UK down south...


I can feel the holiday spirit, the weather and the saltiness of the sea when I am reading the post. The photographs especially of the sun rise in the horizon is too good...inspires me to a sky watcher too. The flower boat fascinates me no end. Wonderful!


Awwwww....and now my heart is 'squeezing' from the aching beauty of your seaside photos.


It' s so lovely that you are back and letting us to share your life!


Lucy, it is always such a delight to visit. I love the mix of photos you have chosen to give the flavour of your holiday and the happy story that they tell.


Looks like you had a stunning time. Been there myself and it's a dream!


Hi Lucy, the pics are lovely. Can`t wait to see the rest. Will have a brew at the ready lol!
Lv Carole from Rossendale xxxxxxxxxxxxxx


Your pictures are always so beautiful. What a beautiful place to take a holiday.

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