On Sunday it was another sunny, hot day so we headed off early in the morning for a walk and then a picnic at Baconsthorpe Castle, near Holt in Norfolk. It was built in the 15th century, and was more like a country house than a castle, and the ruins are a lovely spot for an afternoon in the sunshine. We spread out our picnic blanket next to the moat and watched the ducklings gliding around.
Even though it was a glorious Sunday afternoon, there were only a couple of other people there, and we didn't see a soul on the five mile walk we did beforehand - where does everyone in Norfolk go when it's sunny? To the seaside I suppose!
Jon has printed his new engraving of a poppy head - it's on thick, Somerset paper, which was lovely to print on.
Theres one in the Folksy shop now.
We both have ideas for new prints to start this week - the inevitable water tower for me, and another engraving for Jon...