With tickets in hand after leaving George with Maddie and Max, we went to meet the rest of the entourage to Burton Bradstock.At Waterloo, I was handled, rubbed, cuddled and yelled at! This is what we saved Georgie from. The kids can’t get enough of me as I am being man-handled. I usually do not like children but I have met them a few times before and I know they mean well. Highly excitable but they’re friends. We stood in the middle of Waterloo Station waiting for our train to Dorchester South … After almost missing our train with only two minutes to spare, we all did get on – much to Mummy’s relief.It was all too much for her – five hyper kids and thankfully just me – plus three other adults.
We were back at the very lovely Seaside Boarding House. We have a room with a view of the beach – and we can’t wait to get going! We took a walk up the cliffSmelling all those wonderful smells we don’t get in the city Running happily along Looking out at the seaUntil we got to the beach …Oops! Oh, but that “private chalet” wasn’t too far away so we went for a little walk – on the beach.I don’t think the cliff side will ever be the same again in the aftermath of their visit!!!!May’s comment: Looks like we’ve been lucky with the weather!