This weekend has been particularly nice as my older brother, Steven, and his wife Shirley came across the country to visit us. It had been a year since we had last seen them, so there was a lot of catching up to do.
One of the places we visited was Tattershall Castle, which I'll post about soon.
I love this old building - the wobbly roof line, lovely windows, the church in the background. I wish I could add a soundtrack because there was a wedding taking place in the church and the bells were being rung, it was wonderful. I have some much better photographs, this is just a taster.
Every time I turned around there seemed to be a camera lens pointed in my direction. Eeeek!
We visited The Bubblecar Museum, a delightful little place, very inexpensive, great value - with a charming tea room and gift shop.
While I am not a particularly car-orientated person I will admit that I do like these little cars. They have big personalities and shy, bashful smiles...
Some so small it feels as though you could pick them up and put them in your handbag.
Everywhere I went there was the same problem...
For just a £4.00 entry fee you can get in to see about 60 of these wonderful little cars..some restored, some as they were found, all are delightful.
|My brother Ian (aka Owl Wood), Shirley, my sister-in-law, & my brother Steven|