Day 282~366

A sunny morning here but too busy with chores to take advantage of it.  By the time I’d finished it was cloudy and spots of rain started up.  Never mind said Frego, lets go out anyway and see if we can find somewhere interesting, maybe the birds at the wildfowl trust.  But as we set off we could see in the distance a band of beautiful blue sky, and it was in the direction of the sea! Frego loves being by the sea more than anywhere else, so off we went to South Shields again, but this time to Sandhaven beach.

As we got onto the beach the first thing we saw was


Frego would like to live in a castle by the sea, but that’s quite unlikely.

The tide was going out when we got there


and Frego wanted to shoot the rivulets it was making in the sand




She took some shots of the dog walkers


and then, we sat and just enjoyed the view.





  1. I am just cracking up with this series! Frego is a pretty good photographer, and she certainly gets her friends out and about. What about a birthday party on the 11th? That would be nice . . . .

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    1. not sure why the 11th is significant? what am I missing now lol.

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      1. Frego told me it is her birthday. Why not surprise her!?


  2. Omg.. how cute is this.❣️I love it Fraggy… I think I know your next job… a kids book writer. YES!!!!! Love this series Fraggy

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    1. Lol, cheers Mrs.O 🙂

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  3. Nice one. Enjoying this series…

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    1. Thanks Graham! 🙂

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  4. Looks like it turned into a beautiful day!

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    1. It really did, thanks Sarah 🙂

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  5. This continues to be an inspired theme. Frego’s footprints were the icing on the cake of those lovely blue skies.
    Best wishes, Pete.


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