On Friday morning Daisy and I took a walk along the beach in the mist and drizzle, it was quite refreshing.
We didn't have much company - just some birds,
and it certainly wasn't the weather for icecreams!
On Friday evening our daughter came home for the weekend. When asked what she would like to do, her answer - apart from some retail therapy was "Just a walk on the beach." (If you remember she is at Uni in Portsmouth, so the sea is close-by for her there too, but she does miss walking Daisy down by the sea.)
Fortunately, on Saturday morning the weather had improved from the day before, although the tide was further in.
We walked along the beach to the pleasure pier which is close to Weymouth latest attraction the Weymouth Sea life tower.
From the pleasure pier you cam watch the boats coming in and going out of the harbour.
There are still a few leaves remaining on the trees.by the harbour.
This fisherman was coming back into the harbour and saw me taking pictures. I hope he had a successful trip. I wonder how long the seagull had been hitching a lift!
We then retraced our steps admiring the buildings and architecture along the Esplanade.(The Royal Hotel pictured here was built in 1897.)
It's lovely having the children home but weekends always fly by and then the house feels empty again , roll on Christmas!
Hoping everyone has a good week and welcome aboard to my new followers Dolly mixture from Just a little less, Babsi from Country Lovers and Kay from Deep in the Cornish countryside .Thank you for joining me and also thank you to everyone for your comments, I do enjoy reading them.