i love going for long walks with you!
What a great little place. And you had a nice day.
I can see why it reminds you of the fifties. I like the sign to the sea and the colourful windmills.
do you know I am not sure where Littlehampton is?! Looks good tho. Very seaside.
A lovely place to spend the day!
Lovely photos! I love the spring light you guys are getting!
The Sea... I love that sign, to The Sea! Thank you for this spring walk & delight, Sarah... I can almost feel the warmth of the sun through the images. :o) Happy Day ((HUGS))
But where is the beach cafes!http://www.flickr.com/photos/nedtrifle/2869699693/I used to go there a lot to visit the Body Shop HQ. But we went en famille a couple of years back (and stayed in a travelogue on the outskirts!).I remember that little arcade very well from that visit. And a very nice curry somewhere in the middle of the town. Littlehampton is one of those places that seems forever on the verge of either fading into decline or suddenly becoming very trendy (and expensive). Thankfully neither seems to happen.
I haven't been to Littlehampton for years! I remember that it has a very long, gradually sloping beach so it takes hours to get to a depth that can be swum in!I love your photo of the nets - all ready for 'fishing'.(Thank you for the pointer to Victoria Finlay:-) The book is ordered . . . )
What a fun getaway you must have had! Fresh air, beach, The Sea and novelties to browse through. I enjoyed your photos.BTW: Loved Victoria Finday's book. I'm reading again and learning more.
Hi my friend..hope I see you in June..the concert on June 10 maybe? I know it is a busy time with school..Love your little drawings and my doll makes me think of you so often..Working on my children's book still and made a little Nikki doll...Happy Spring,Deirdra
Ah...the pinwheels! I love getting a little tour of people's special places - thanks!
The beach looks so pretty!
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