The tide is far out and leaving hubby to set to his fishing. Daisy and I turn in the opposite direction to walk along the deserted beach.
Those staying in the 1940's art deco hotel were more sensible- being still fast asleep, as the sun rose from behind the building.
The hotel was purchased by Pontins in the 1950's and run as one of their holiday camps for many years. I discovered this site in my research showing the postcards of many of the old holiday camps. Did anyone visit one of Pontin's holiday camps as a child? It must have been exciting and fun. I am always interested in old postcards especially those that capture the pictures of holidays of the past. How the fashion changes over the years too!
We retraced our steps to the distant figure of the fisherman!
He hadn't had any bites, but had enjoyed the sunrise too!
What is your favourite time of the day? I always love the mornings best, everything outside feels so new and fresh and there is always the promise of the new day ahead, By the evening I feel tired, and I don't have so much energy. I must be feeling my age!
Welcome aboard to my new followers Mel from Coal valley view, Elizabeth from Blissful quilts and Sft from SFT and the 101 challenge . Elaine was a new follower last time, her blog is Rose Bank Ramblings.