Our first day was a visit to The National Motor Museum at Beaulieu. On the way we stopped in the small village of Sway, where I picked up an interesting brochure about some of attractions of the area, but alas, time restraints meant we didn't see any.
On arriving back at the car, I did find my lens, which I'd left in my ordinary handbag when I changed over to my little backpack. On the way home we saw a sign for Buckler's Hard and decided to pay a visit. What a gorgeous place.
I'm not going to bombard everyone with too many snaps, but just sort of catching up on where we went whilst away.
Again not too many pics as I'd not taken my camera into town, when we went in for a few provisions.
DH once again used his phone for me.
Next morning it was time to start travelling towards Northampton for our next few nights. On the way we planned to go to Kingston Lacey, a National Trust property and it certainly didn't disappoint.
We passed through this lovely town & had a walk to find a coffee. Another that captured me.
Of course I can't go past a spectacular or strangely shaped tree without wanting to take a photo.
I'm sure I could do a book on trees.😊
After leaving this wonderful place, we headed on to our next destination. We were staying in Northampton for a few nights, so I could go to this..............................
OK, enough of my rambling for today. I'll be back on Friday with my photo hunt & hopefully next week a few more posts about UK, before getting back into some "ordinary" blogging stuff.
Thanks to those for taking the time to pop in after my few techy mishaps.
Take care all & huggles.