Camber sands cabinWeekend pleasures, seaside walking, birds swooping, a stack of magazines to read, corn field wandering before the harvest and a cat claiming squatters rights over our new favourite beach towel! It feels a little like summer is fading,even though it is way too soon – don’t you think?Wheat fieldWheat harvest Camber sandsThe new beach front at Camber Sands is a hunk of concrete loveliness and huge rocks to break the waves. Tourists, locals and birds all convene at the sea edge, the glow of sun on their skin and salty water at their feet. Gulls swoop and holler, waiting for someone to drop a sandwich crust or leave their chips unattended.SeagullsCamber sandsCamber sands We peeked around the houses and gardens that open out on to the beach, taking notes on grasses to plant and the best wood to build a deck.Camber dunesTabby catBack at home, Marlo says we can just forget the idea of having our beach towel back. It’s so cosy and soft, she informs us she has claimed it – indefinitely.Favourite Indipendent magazinesWe have cancelled our internet viewing platforms in a bid to read more, starting with this stack of independent printed happiness.Handmade pallet shelfThe kitchen shelf we built from old pallets has found it’s way in to the office as the section of wall that it was hanging on is due to be smashed out. Wahoo, demolition at last! Hand woven basketMy scented Pelargonium sidoides – from The Walled Nursery, deep magenta flowers with velvety, grey foliage – a new floral muse. Pallet shelfPropagating plants and paleo breakfasts on Sunday’s. Eating our greens with some refined sugar-free tastiness from Planet Organic and growing tradescantia in old jam jars, that’s how we roll. Happy new week! x  Paleo granola planet organic

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