mmm just how I like it too.we stopped off in august, never again!xxx
You really live a in a beautiful place...it looks stunning on a day like today!
But then you wouldnt get me in town!!! And it wouldnt stay so nice. I remember in the early 1980's when everyone stopped going to Cornwall for hols and went to Spain instead - except I still had a trip and St Ives was a bit dire! A lot of the lovely cottages has DSS occupants and were really run down. Be thankful for the hoards that come and spend, but savour the times when you get it to yourself. Theres nothing saddder than a "has been" seaside town. xxxx
We love St Ives in the winter when nobody there its so lovely to stroll around the back streets and the beaches when its quiet. We go there virtually every week from November to Easter, should meet up one day? And yes it was blinking cold today in that wind, we were on the beach near home and a real gale blowing! X
Looks lovely. Bit like West Bay and Bridport at the moment. It is so nice to actually be able to be able to walk around your home town minus the holiday makers, but yes, like Diane says we do need them (but isn't it nice when they are in their own homes - even if it is for just a couple of months!!)That was really cheap for the dolls. I wish my daughter wasn't so grown up other wise I'd have gone for one they were so nice.x
Gorgeous photos. Xx
ahhh the beach at winter - my favourite - beautiful photos xxx
going to the seaside in winter on a crisp day is one of my favourite things!lucky youxxx
Ever since moving to a seaside town - hubby and I always comment on how Winter is so much prettier than summer!Although my run along the sea front was a little brisk this morning!!Clare x
I got married in that church on Bedford Road. I love St Ives!
Beautiful photos, Noelle, how wonderful to stroll along the beach and have it all to yourself.Claire :}
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