Monday, 27 June 2016

Inchie and photographs

Welcome to Jumbled Crafts and happy new week to you. Thank you for calling in.
 Here is an upside down hello from Oscar, one of my daughter's twins


This week at Every Inchie Monday the theme is physics. I was always a chemistry technician and sometimes it included a little physics. I never really grasped it but managed to muddle through.

I did have one of these when they were popular so stuck with something I knew.

Last Monday we went on the train to Sheffield and then got a bus to Bakewell. The journey is very beautiful and even calls into the car park at the wonderful Chatsworth House. It was a dull day but everywhere was very busy.

We found a little courtyard tucked away on the main street and there was a shop at the top of these stone steps

 Really different things for sale in some of the little courtyard shops and even somewhere for coffee and cake.
 Time for a walk along the river and a look around the market before the beautiful journey back home again. A nice way to pass a dull day and our train company had cheap rail travel for a month so it only cost £10 each.

Have a lovely day all








22 comments:

Valerie-Jael said...

Wonderful photos from your outing, you visited some very picturesque places. That cat is real little clown, so cute! Great inchie, too! Have a good start to the week, just got back home before the rain started today! Hugs, Valerie

pearshapedcrafting said...

Love your inchie! Remember having one too! Physics was never my strong point, more interested in Chemistry - got by in college though! I loved seeing your photos of Bakewell - haven't been for years - it still looks beautiful! Hugs, Chrisx

hazel said...

A lovely inchie and your photos of your day out are beautiful.
xxx Hazel.

Zoe Sanderson said...

Beautiful day out looks like a wonderful place to explore. And your Daughters cat they really know how to pose don't they! Looks like another dreary week enjoy your time in the craft room! XOXO

Pamellia Johnson said...

Love your inchie and Oscar is just an absolute doll!! Great photos, that little courtyard is just lovely and the shot of the river is beautiful. Everything is so lush and green, I'm jealous!! hugs :)

WendyK said...

Great inchie and lovely photos of Bakewell, we love going there. Our weather is enough to annoy a saint.

Gibby Frogett said...

awww Oscar is really sweet Chrissie :)
Always wanted one of those 'things' on your fab inchie - the nearest I got was one of those other 'things' - I think they were called 'clackers' and had two dangly balls that left you with a sore wrist if they hit you.
Great photos for your fun day out. The courtyard looks very intriguing.
Have a great week.
Gill xx

Jean Chaney said...

When I saw the photo of your darling cat, I thought that your inchie was a drawing of one of his toys. I have been on the hunt for one of those since I think my cat would be entertained for a long time. Well, until the dog ate it! Fun inchie and I love the photos you shared.

Kia said...

good idea for your inchie - I have a white and black cat like Oscar -named Kaliko

Kia said...

Oh - you might be able to tell about the cat as I use a picture of her for my avatar!

Electra said...

What a wonderful post, thank you Chrissie!

Meggymay said...

We had one of those'.clickers we called them ' I know its not the proper name but the name stuck when the kids were small , Love your super inchie.
Great photo from your day out, the courtyard shops looks a super place to visit.
Yvonne xx

sheila 77 said...

What a good blogpost! An adorable cat, a super inchie (I remember these swinging balls, they could go on for a while, couldn't they), a nice trip with coffee and cake and the heart puzzle at the end.

Craftychris said...

Fab inchie and a gorgeous photo of the pussycat! Lovely photos of your day out too! I am glad you enjoyed it! xxx

Trillian as said...

Fantastic photos. Love your inchie.

freebird7100 said...

love the inchie and I had one of those things as well. I cant remember what they were called. Thanks for showing the pics from your day out, it looks lovely!

JennyJ said...

I remember those desk toys think everyone had one in the 90's I found them fascinating - never been good with physics as being a girl we weren't allowed to take the subject! But great idea for your Inchie - love your cat and Bakewell looks adorable - never been there is it the home of Bakewell tarts!??

chrissie said...

You aren't allowed to say Bakewell tarts in Bakewell Jenny. There they make Bakewell puddings which are quite different lol

Love Chrissie xx

cstocks said...

Thanks for all the fun you've shared this week, Chrissie. Love all the toys, the kittie and I could get lost for hours in shops like that--especially if there are coffee and cake to be had! Cheryl

cstocks said...

Thanks for all the fun you've shared this week, Chrissie. Love all the toys, the kittie and I could get lost for hours in shops like that--especially if there are coffee and cake to be had! Cheryl

sally said...

I loved those cradles! My physics days are long forgotten lol

Sally

Marina said...

Sounds like a nice day out. Your inchie is a great take on the theme.