I have decided that when the weather is good I like to sit outside and illustrate, whether it’s in my back garden, a pub garden or better still on the beach. This summer I have spent a lot of time drawing on Woolacombe Beach, I’d like to share with you some of my illustrations…
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Woolacombe is a more like a little surfing town just about a 20 minutes down hill walk from Mortehoe.
Woolacombe Cream Teas are delicious, I have decided that plain/warm scones make the best cream teas. Woolacombe has lots of trendy surfing shops and a little Seafront Gallery. My husband treated me to a little fused glass picture of a boat for our bathroom and a flowery sun hat because I forgot to pack my own!
Combesgate Beach is a lovely secluded beach, located at the far right-end side of Woolacombe next to Mortehoe.
We had one relaxing ’Sunny Time’ that afternoon on this beach, whilst my husband was fighting the waves -I was either ‘splodging’ in the sea, in other words paddling in the sea in the sea, looking in rock pools, sketching, drawing in the sand and taking pictures for my blog…..building up a big appetite for a table booked at the ‘Rockleigh’ in Mortehoe www.rockleighhouse.com
My Husband & I chose the same from the Menu and we both had tasted the best pudding we have ever had A little ginger pudding with brandy sauce and clotted cream! DeEliIIOcious ….Yum yum – Definately worth a visit it Rocks!!!!!
We’ve been on our Caravan Holiday to North Morte FarmMortetoe North Devon.
Weather wise We had about two days of rain and the rest Sun Sun cloud and more Sun!
Mortehoe is a delightful little traditional seaside village, which sits on top of a hill,next to the surfing town of Woolacombe. Mortehoe has all that you could ask for 3 pubs, Fish & chip Shop, a Posh Restaurant, Tea Rooms, Gift Shop, Post Office, A general store and a seafood shop, a wishing well, beaches, cliff top walks, seals, and one year 4 splashing dolphins!!