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March 10, 2017


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It's looks beautiful and the joy of being there must have been even greater with it being unplanned! Sarah x


Beautiful post. I love the beauty you share w us in your blog. I'll never come to England, but through your eyes and words it's so fun to Visit😍😍 I have two of your crochet bundles from Wool Warehouse and loved getting mail from across the water. 😂😂

Vicki Wise Mason

What a great post!!! So very happy for both you and J...a delightful gift!! You are both blessed!!!!

Vicki, KY, USA


I know Heysham from way back when I lived on the Lancashure coast. It was such a haven of peace and quiet after the bustle of Blackpool, Morecambe and the like and much better for all that.

Angela-Southern USA

A precious gift indeed! 80 minutes, if only, so glad it was sunny for you. Have a fab weekend!xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx

Little Quiltsong

Loved your stroll and blog post with these beautiful pics. I always feel as if I am there too - experiencing it with you! I also had to check out the '5 years ago' post - wow - time flies. Well, between rain - lots of wind - and now a scattering of snow - our crocuses are still a 'no-show'. So thank you for reminding us - spring is around the corner for us too :)!

Lindsey Toms

That looks like such a beautiful day. We do that on occasion, just pack up a picnic and go. The nearest coast to us takes about an hour and a half on a good journey but its totally worth it. Love your photos too


Fabulous. The sea is so therapeutic. I'm just back from a swim! I can't feel my feet but my soul is soaring!


What a wonderful day, all that sea and space and sky. Glorious. Maybe next time Little B could go to a friend's for tea and you could stay even longer! A real treat to escape in the week. CJ xx


That precious Lucy! I love it !! Always we think that it does badly time in uk and it seems to be that not!!


wow so gorgeous always enjoy your posts and beautiful photos as usual x

Jools Morgan-Jones

Monday was a lovely day on this coastline - Blackpool isn't as picturesque as that, though 😊 You've given me another "exploration location", Lucy - thank you! I see a day out to Heysham village in my future, and soon :) xx

Susan Smith

Oh, such a lovely post. I also love the sea, having grown up in Sydney (Australia) not far from the coast & do miss it. Our journey to the coast is probably about the same as yours & I need to go, if I can, about once every 1 or 2 months & it is amazing how I come home so refreshed. I also read your last post & thought the scarf so pretty, but didn't get a chance to comment. Have a good weekend & take care.

Margaret Riley

Oh Lucy, I walk my dog every single day on this beach. Can't believe I didn't see you. So glad you had a lovely day xx


The sea is my soul place. Never been to Heysham so will take a spontaneous trip there myself. Thanks for sharing, that bench looks like a perfect place to sit and do a bit of crochet 😀


These are the best days xx

Lisa Robinson

Fabulous photos which remind me to take time & admire the simple beauty around us. Thank you for sharing your lovely photos & what you do.


Thank you for the pictures from the coast. We had take the ferry to the Isle of Man in August 2016. And I like the blue flowers all around, first seen in Scotland 2016.
And........ the Moorland Blanket is ready!!!
Greetings from Gaby from Germany


Such wonderful pictures Lucy. I'm glad you had a spontaneous sea fix on such a beautiful day. The churchyard is adorable.
I'm a little bit jealous you are only 80 minutes from the sea too. It's almost two hours from here.
Loved your scarf for such a good cause as well.
Have a great weekend
Jacquie xxx

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