It is a gloriously sunny, mild morning today so I met my friend Barbara for a gentle stroll along the seafront and into the park for a coffee by the lake.
Not many people about early on. Probably all recovering after last night's big Bonfire Night party in the park. Only two tables taken in the cafe when we arrived so a pleasantly peaceful chat until around 11 a.m. when the crowds suddenly appeared.
I walked with Barbara back to her flat then carried on along the south promenade, pausing briefly to capture the waves breaking against the seawall.
Now for a bacon sandwich and to potter about in the garden before this evening's rain arrives.
Costa Del Isle of Man?ReplyDelete
Yes! We had our coffee in the Costa cafe!Delete
I am glad you got a break from your rain!ReplyDelete
It is very welcome. Just wish it could last a little longer.Delete
Sounds like a lovely way to spend the morning, JayCee! Wishing you more sunny days! :)ReplyDelete
Thanks Ellen. A little blast of sunshine lifts my mood.Delete
Looks good. Waves!! Far more interesting than flat seaReplyDelete
I would prefer a flat sea if I were travelling across on the ferry.Delete
A peaceful Sunday morning and a nice way to begin the day. It was kind of Lord Peregrine to let you go out.ReplyDelete
He was out as well ... setting out marker flags up on the hill for a criss country race. A good day for it.Delete
Have you thought of getting a job as a weather forecaster for Yorkshire?ReplyDelete
Too easy. Today's rain will be followed by tomorrow's rain interspersed with a few showers.Delete
Far too wet-n-windy for fireworks here on Saturday, but a few last night.ReplyDelete
Can't waste a good set of bangers.Delete
How nice to see the sea! Could you do a video with sound next time please.? I haven't seen waves for quite a few years now!ReplyDelete
Oh I shall try seeing as you asked so nicely!Delete
So glad that you've had some sunshine and a chance to get out. The sea looks the most beautiful deep blue. Nothing more enjoyable than the unexpected sunny day after so much rain.ReplyDelete