Saturday, 16 September 2017

Memories Of Bridport ...

Been missing my twinsie a whole lot lately & with my new blogging mood striking, I thought it was the perfect time to do a little photo editing & share some snaps that you have never seen before!

I have nearly 1000 photos from my UK Adventure back in the spring of last year, just figured I would keep them until I felt like posting them...

Today I am going to share with you some special memories, of my time spent in the town of Bridport, with my dear friend Nadia & her husband, Alan. 
I am so glad I got to see so much of where she lives, explore the shops, taste some of the local food...I can visualize her going about her everyday life now & that is oddly nice. 

If you want to check her out, here are her links:
{The Blog} ~Walks In Beauty~  

Here are my lovely friends, both of course, cameras out... totally unaware another little rodent had her camera out & was photographing them.... heehee...

Now for a little tour around Bridport...

The streets are so beautiful when the sunlight is hitting the bricks. They glow.

A little visit into Soul Shine for lunch was absolutely delightful.
Walked out with lovely vibes & a copy of Flow's Book for Paper Lovers to boot, my first!
Caught this candid snap of my twinsie (& the 3rd Musketeer behind her) as we were leaving.
One of my special memories because I turned, we made eye contact, and just spontaneously smiled at each other.

So happy we were able to stop by a few antique spots one sunny morning...
Rather felt like stepping back in time... 
I'm glad you didn't see the point where I ran into the door of one store. *snickers*

And speaking of stepping back in time, honestly, I felt even more like that when I saw views like this one:

Everywhere I turned, I wanted to take a photo.
But I had decided on this trip to focus more on soaking up the memories & less on the photography.
However I hope y'all were able to follow along on my Instagram!

Nothing quite like walking home in the beautiful rays of sunshine, after the shops had all mostly closed & the traffic was so little... a sort of peaceful quiet... 

Not to mention the views were hard to beat.

Just a block or so up from where they were living at the time, was this darling church & the daffodils were blooming while I was there. 

This particular evening the lighting was just so so perfect....
I had to stop for a few snaps.

Now, I am glad I did. 
Just look at this.

One day I will be back to this part of the world, I just know it.

Lots of love to each of you & let me know if you want to see more little travel memories from my time spent exploring corners of the UK!


  1. Awww we miss you too, Twinsie! It's not the same without you here and I wish we were closer to each other so we could take weekend trips together! Perhaps one day we will be living a bit closer to one another. I'm so glad you enjoyed your time here in Bridport! Huge hugs!

  2. Wonderful post! Thank you for sharing your memories ������

  3. Lovely post Bekah. I loved that part of the world when I visited too and will definitely go back.