Hi, Reg here. I’ve said it before and I’ll say it again. I don’t trust sand. It’s nasty creeping stuff that gets in to places it’s no business being.
So I was amazed to find these properties on the beach in Guardamar, Spain, see photos on the left. Who would want a place on a beach? Not me.
But I had to admit, they were quite palatial compared to the sort of beach property we find in England. The Old Boy and Old Girl visited some friends in Norfolk some time ago and we all went for a walk along the beach.
Check out these beach properties in Wells next the Sea, Norfolk! Beach huts on England are much more colourful than those I saw in Spain but they seem to be much more primitive. Which would you prefer?
Personally, I wouldn’t have one if they were giving them away even though I think they are quite expensive to buy.
On the other hand, I would like a penguin like we saw on the beach at Wells next the Sea.
Penguins? In England?
Well, I happen to know that the penguin concerned had a penguin costume in the boot of his car, after having been to a costume party the previous weekend and as it was so cold on the beach, he put it on to keep warm. He got some strange looks by other walkers.
In the Old Girl’s ebook ‘Daffodil and the Thin Place’, Daffodil feels like she’s overdone it a bit with the outfit she bought to go to her cousin’s wedding. She feels like she’s dressed up for a costume party which actually, turns out to be fortunate. I don’t think she was quite as remarkable as the penguin on the beach, though. If you want to find out what happened, you can get a copy of the ebook ‘Daffodil and the Thin Place’ here on the Muse It Up website