On a Monday I can still remember the fun I had over the weekend, Wednesday is the middle of the work week, on Thursday I start getting hopeful and on a Friday I can taste the weekend. But what about a Tuesday? It’s so…. just there. Weekend memories are too far away and the upcoming weekend might as well be a year away.
What we need is a bit of colourful inspiration to get us going on a Tuesday, don’t you think? A pretty picture, beautiful scenery or colourful imagery. Yup, that’ll liven up Tuesdays and turn it into a terrific day!
From now on I will go through my photos and Pinterest likes every Tuesday and find us a pretty picture to add colour and joy to the day.
We spent our Bank Holiday weekend explore the Gowar Peninsula and Pembrokeshire coast of Wales. We had lovely weather, albeit a bit windy on Saturday, not-so-great drizzly weather on Sunday (but we still went to Tenby anyway) and on the Bank Holiday Monday it was raining from the moment we woke up. Our 4 hour journey home, took 6.5 hours – that’s 6.5 hours of driving in non-stop rain. Days like these I’m so glad John and I are snap happy. We can forget about the tiresome driving home and look back at the pretty pictures we captured. I can of course share them with you too and they make for excellent Terrific Tuesday fodder!
We will definitely be returning to Wales – where else do you see sheep grazing on steep beach cliffs, or cows grazing on farmland overlooking a sandy beach? It’s a beautiful part of the world and definitely worth exploring further. Even if it’s only for Welsh lamb loin chops bbq’ed on a portable bbq next to the campervan – which is what happened shortly after this bit of camsite-crocheting.
Wishing you all a Terrific Tuesday.
Love the bunting!! 🙂
Natasja, love your camping posts! I have never seen a campervan like that in the USA. I am a new camper also, even though I camped as a girl scout in school and my husband and I tent camped a couple of times with our kids. We rented a 28 foot RV a couple of weeks ago and drove (final destination 1200 miles) to Colorado. It was so much fun! Our RV comfortably slept 6; the only difficulty for me was being the passenger when my husband was driving the mountain passes, sometimes no guardrail, I couldn’t watch! The KOA campgrounds in the US are very nice, most have pools. We met a couple from Belgium who shipped their camper by boat and were camping across the US. My favorite was Ouray, Colorado, also known as the Switzerland of America as the mountains surrounding the town are so beautiful. It would be such an adventure to camp in another country! Also love your bunting and inflatable chairs. Happy camping, looks like you’re having a wonderful time.