I haven't been on here for ages but I have had an extremely busy summer break this year. We began the holidays by going away in our caravan to the Motorhome and Caravan Clubsite near New Quay in Wales.
The weather was a bit hit and miss unfortunately but it didn't stop us getting out and about. It varies very much between sunshine, cloud and the odd shower. It was quite showery on our first day so we opted for a visit to The Honey Farm just outside New Quay.
It was a lovely place to visit and was quite popular. There was a super bee exhibition where you were able to get a closer look at how the bees create their nests and there were a few examples of these with bees active in them. There was a meadary which smelled absolutely gorgeous! Also, we able to have a lovely coffee break in their cafe and then buy some honey and mead in the shop. It is well worth a visit if you near by anytime.
We were lucky to get a really good sunny day and were able to visit New Quay. We had a great day wandering around the seaside shops and, of course, partook in the obligatory fish and chips sat on the harbour wall.
I couldn't believe our luck when we were able to see the dolphins in the harbour! I have been to New Quay several times before and never seen them so I was over the moon!
Anyone who knows me will know how much I love going exploring in our caravan and I always have a good stash of knitting, crochet or sewing with me for the evenings. One of the projects I took was a crochet hat ready for Autumn. I used a pattern from Bernat and some Storm cloud yarn from Hayfield to make these ready for the cooler weather. These are available on my Etsy site now.
I will pop back soon to tell you more about my visits during the holidays.
Bye for now