fortunately as we got closer to the coast it stopped and we arrived in Sheringham to heavy grey skies but dry.
The exhibition at The Mo was very good and its a lovely museum with lots of interesting things besides the Gansey exhibition. Peter was fully occupied. It was a pleasant walk round, not crowded and apart from a couple of "know it all" a fun hour. It was so funny Peter and I were round one side of this display
when I commented that some of the jumpers were machine knitted. "Oh no they aren't" announces Mrs Know-it-all, they are hand-knitted! "Really" says I, "then these display cards must be wrong as they say machine knitted here". Mr Know-it-all then comes over and rather than believe me he takes a look before agreeing they were wrong!!!! You wouldn't believe the rubbish they had be spouting previously to this. It was really satisfying to bring these people down a peg or two.
Here are a few collage photos of the displays
As I said there were lots of other things to look at here's just a few
When we came out we popped into the yarn market which was neither here nor there, and hardly worth the bother, very crowded and not much to see. Also it was raining again!! We managed to pick up some fresh dressed crabs before heading back to the car
Did I warn you this was a photo heavy post?
We jumped into the car and headed out along the north norfolk coast road, stopping at the Dun Cow in Salthouse for lunch
|pint of Woodfordes shandy for me|
|warm Summer Salad|
|Sweetbreads for Peter, bit blurry I'm afraid|
but it soon cleared over and we managed a walk through the Sensory Gardens to enjoy the roses
and finally some sunshine
washed down with a pot of tea and a cake.
All in all a lovely and enjoyable day, whats a bit of rain when all is said and done