Dinky Donuts by the Bay

A little trip to Cullercoats beach the other day with the family. I though it was a good idea to take advantage of the beautiful spring like sunshine (albeit it being odd in February) and head to the coast line. Again I am so lucky to have this place practically on my doorstep. If you’reContinue reading “Dinky Donuts by the Bay”

Roker Beach, a photo blog…

Roker Beach in Sunderland We went to Seaburn yesterday for a little walk along the beach. I’ve lived in the North East for over 20 years and it still surprises me that I haven’t seen so many places along the coast. One positive about the lock down is that it’s stopped me from travelling andContinue reading “Roker Beach, a photo blog…”

The Quayside by the River…

I made my first attempt at a Vlog today, every opportunity I get I’m putting in practice, my goal this year is to start a You Tube channel. We went for a walk along the quayside by the mouth of the river Tyne, usually the place is full of busy cocktail bars and restaurants (it’sContinue reading “The Quayside by the River…”

A Beautiful Coastline in Tynemouth

Yesterday we went for a little stroll on Longsands beach in Tynemouth, it was absolutely freezing but beautiful all the same. We had some fish and chips first. We thought we’d make it a proper English day out. Then we stopped off at a little cafe on the beach called The View, I’d recommend itContinue reading “A Beautiful Coastline in Tynemouth”

Northumberlandia

Last month I visited a landmark near where I live called the lady of Northumerlandia. It’s a man made piece of conceptual art and I was blown away by the beauty. The smouldering curves and the natural beauty of the female shape carved into the hill side and covered in swirling stone coloured paths toContinue reading “Northumberlandia”

A Peaceful Picnic in a Place called Corbridge

As I’m gazing out the window today, the pale white sky looming over my vision and tiny rain drops tapping at the glass I am reminded that autumn is a time for change. It’s a time to heal and let things go, like a leaf that’s shed from a tree. I have a huge oakContinue reading “A Peaceful Picnic in a Place called Corbridge”