Life and Thyme!

Dorset Days!

We had a wonderful few days in Dorset last week, when it was nearly summer and the days were hot and sublime.

There was a day at Bournemouth on the beach with

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Master T and

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and Mr T and little Miss F , Mrs T and yours truly- note the crochet flower on hat!!

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A day in the New Forest

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and picnic time– give a man a stove outside and he will make coffee, heat soup…

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Here is the Rufus stone

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and here the Knightwood Oak , 500 years old

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The Forest  still has a magical quality despite all the cars, goodness knows what it would be like in July and August.

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We visited the Tolpuddle Martyrs museum- more of them tomorrow

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Lulworth Cove

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I can’t tell you just how pretty Dorset is, here’s trying with one picture

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Then onto Weymouth, a busy little harbour

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Final stop was Dorcester (Casterbridge for all Thomas Hardy fans)seen here from

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the iron age fort of Maiden Castle.

Lots of churches to share and some random pics to come. Hope you all have a great bank holiday weekend. Great to go away but good to be home.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Comments on: "Dorset Days!" (2)

  1. Interesting places visited Nana C. I’ve always said Rufus Stone would be a good boy’s name as we drive past the sign, but now we know why the name!

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