Saturday, 19 December 2009

We're gonna have snow on the beach ;)

After last nights party, we stayed over in an hotel on the seafront.  We knew that during the evening it had snowed quite heavily and when I peaked out of our river facing hotel room this morning - this was the first view I saw;

You can just see the River Alde and marshes in the distance.
The view from the front of the hotel was even better - is not often we get snow right on the beach;

When we came home late morning - the boys were already busy outside;

Now my little son gets called lots of different things - but an Angel????

Back indoors now having peeled more wet layers off and drapped them over the raditors. According to the forecast tomorrow is set to be another snowy day too :)

I hope everyone is enjoying themselves in this weather - is certainly making us in the VV house feel festive :)

xxxx Vicki xxxx


Kelly said...

Looks like fun!! What a lovely snow angel!!!!

bellaboo said...

Not often you see snow on the beach.Would have liked to walk Bella there,but then she would have gone in the water and got freezing!Hope you have more fun before it all melts.


A Country Girl said...

I hope the dazzling white of the snow wasn't too much for your hangover!

VintageVicki said...

I don't have a hangover - amazingly :)

Kate said...

The snow missed us much to the boys disgust, it certainly makes everything more Christmassy.
Have a great weekend

Andrea said...

Love it! How beautiful...snow and the ocean!!

Suzy's Vintage Attic said...

Fantastic snow pictures. It is odd seeing snow at the beach. I used to live in the south of France and on one occasion I recall it snowed! Seeing Cannes & Nice covered in snow was odd, the palm trees, the beech and everything else.

Enjoy it!

Have a lovely Christmas

Warm wishes
Isabelle x

LissyLou said...

that snow angel is really good!!

Beach Bygones said...

Loving the snow too! Hope it stays until Christmas! Have fun.

Polka Dot Daze said...

What lovely photos - thanks for sharing. White Christmases are so nice, it's started to get hot here in NZ.