Thank you to our Crossley parents for our vacation and amazing trip. We love you!
The canal by Grandad's house... so picturesque!
Grandad lovin' the girls
Joyce & her Auntie Violet (she visits every Tuesday and stays all day!)
This is the width of the road to Aunt Helen's house... tiny!
It's only wide enough for one car, so when another car comes one has to back up until they find an inlet to park in! This is one of the British quirks, but ya gotta love that they're not always in a hurry.
Beautiful English scenery
Walking to a seaside town to eat lunch. The trail was more than a little muddy!
An original rail-car that took us up the mountain for lunch
Annabelle being cute before jumping!
My cousin Joseph's town home. It's crazy how expensive European housing is... this 2 bedroom, tiny apartment cost 115, 000 pounds! (about $200,000 dollars!)
Annabelle & Theo holding hands... just adorable!
(Theo is my cousin Kerry's little man)
The famous fish and chips with mushy peas... delish!
We must have eaten this meal at least 3x.
Outside the most famous fish and chip restaurant, Squires, with Kerry, Norman, & Theo.
The Prime Minister (similar to our President eats here!)
Totally random picture, but this is how they toast bread!!
When you picture the beach what do you imagine? I imagine a blinding sun, warm water, swimsuits, beach volleyball, playing in the sand, reading, and tanning. The British idea of going to the beach is quite different, but still wonderful! Reading and playing in the sand are definitely on the agenda, but ya might wanna grab a jacket for the trip.
Picturesque seaside town
Annabelle looking like a beached whale!! haha Sadly, this is how she took her nap.
Annabelle was knocking down Grandad's sandcastles as quickly as he was building them!
Kerry & Norman
Auntie Helen letting Annabelle test the freezing water!
Good ole' Uncle Roger