Sunday, 13 September 2015

The final few!

photos for the Scavenger Hunt that is.

13. A merry go round or carousel - didnt think I would get this one, but I did!!

12. A public restroom - the ladies toilets at Dobbie's

Substitute B - someone holding an umbrella - a good excuse to photo my new Radley umbrella!

14. A traffic signal

And last, but not least, 21 A photo of myself with sign "2015 Summer Scavenger Hunt"

I am so impressed that I actually got all of them this year and really enjoyed myself, and the whole family got involved too. Looking forward now to next year.

Tuesday, 18 August 2015

Sweet 16

My baby is 16! I am not sure I quite believe it, but it seems that he is.

One of his presents - Raspberry Pie2 - some sort of computer programming stuff!

Some photos of Andrew with various members of the family.

Monday, 10 August 2015

Some more photos

Some more photos for the 2015 Summer Scavenger Hunt.

11. A cellular tower or TV satellite dish

19. A ticket booth - at St Andrew Square at the Fringe.

1. A bouquet of flowers - given to me by my husband just so I could take a photo for this hunt.

That only leaves 4 to go!

Saturday, 1 August 2015

Yes more scavenger photos

More photos for the scavenger hunt at Rinda's blog

17. At least two people wearing uniform

2. An ornate door knocker

One of the substitute photos - a rocking chair - found this in a garden centre

9. A tent - found this in a garden centre

Another substitute photo - people eating outside

20. A natural body of water - Derwent water in the Lake District

I am doing really well this year - only 8 to get and that includes the substitute ones! If you are joining in how are you doing?

Friday, 31 July 2015

Area around Whitby

We visited various places around Whitby.

Falling Foss Waterfall and tea rooms - a very steep road down to the waterfall and tea rooms, but well worth a visit. The cakes were lovely.

Ravenscar - the town that never was. In Victorian times they tried to establish a holiday town here between Whitby and Scarborough, but it never really took hold - probably because of the steep climb down to the water, but you get lovely views.

Goathland, which is the village of Aidensfield in Heartbeat.

We were really lucky with the weather - we only had one night of rain and lots of sun without too much heat!

Thursday, 30 July 2015

More Scavenger photos

More scavenger photos

 15. A flag pole with more than one flag on it - seen in Whitby harbour

7. A turtle - this stone turtle was in Pannett Park, Whitby

4. People playing a board game - playing Jungle Speed - a very dangerous game!

16. A panoramic view - taken from Ravenscar,

Wednesday, 29 July 2015

Whitby Abbey

We visited Whitby Abbey, which stand high above Whitby.

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