By heck, it was fresh at Cleveleys last night. We'd only been walking 5 minutes and Thomas' little nose was bright red. There was a fishing competition taking place, all the rods were set up along the front, and we stopped and had a chat with a couple of the fishermen. They'd been there for 4 hours and not caught anything. That's dedication for you.
After our fish and chips we had a drive down to the arcade at Bispham. Mark put £2 into a machine and won £25 which paid for our supper. Me and Thomas killed a few enemies and Amy had a go on the grabbers.
Then we had a game of snakes and ladders. Let it never be said Number 38ers aren't versatile.
He won 90 tickets which he traded in for a handful of sweets.
We were out about 4 hours altogether, it was really too cold to stay much longer but it was lovely to go and blow the cobwebs away.
Today me and Mum have been into Middleton, Amy has been to Manchester and Mark and Thomas have stayed put.
This afternoon I made 3 pencil bags which took me about 2 hours. The machine has been a pain the backside and I could have cheerfully thrown it down the garden.
A quick trip to the Doctors with Amy was followed by a tea of roast chicken, baked potatoes and salad. And now we're sat down now with a brew just about to round our day off with Vera.