Easter Sunday was a beautiful day. In the morning we took in Seaton with its lovely wide bay and nice long prom. Looking over to Beer Head. The white dots on the cliff top are caravans on Beer Head Caravan Park. Each one of those caravans has a superb sea view. We should know, we’ve spent many happy holidays over the years on that caravan site.At the far end of the bay is Axmouth. It has a thriving yacht club which is always good for a mooch around. I’ve never wanted to go sailing but I do like looking at boats. To be honest there weren’t many about this weekend, perhaps it’s too early for the sailing fraternity. Then we spent some time in Branscombe. Here we are, having a Cream Tea outside The Sea Shanty.I know it doesn’t look like it on these pics but the place was absolutely heaving with people. We have never, ever seen it so busy. Easter, it would seem, is a very popular time for a holiday break in these parts. Charlie with his new spade.
Thanks to Trev, who turned the car round after we’d left Branscombe and went back, we finished the afternoon off with a drink outside the Mason’s Arms. Not wanting to leave him out here’s Muffin keeping warm on the beach!
All in all we had a great time and the good thing is we’re all going back again in a month’s time!