After tea, we had a potter on the beach, which is pebbles but there is this view back towards the town.
Also, there is a sculpture memorial to composer Benjamin Britten, who lived and worked in the town and has left quite a legacy behind him.
[If you want to try a little Britten, a good place to start is The Young Person's Guide to the Orchestra. He is also known for operas - like Peter Grimes, from which the quote on the sculpture is taken, and which is coming up at the Proms if you're in London.]
I did also have a little fun with my camera...
...including this stunning back-lit cumulonimbus cloud.
The next day we went to Orford, a nearby village full of pretty cottages, and an impressive castle with some incredible views.
We did also surprise some sheep in the church's graveyard; we were not expecting to hear a startled 'baaa!' as we were walking through such a peaceful place!
Overall, it was a chilled weekend of pottering, chatting, drinking tea and most importantly knitting (more on that later though!). Thanks for having me Steph :) xx