Thank you for your lovely comments - they certainly made me smile and I have to say that I enjoyed visiting the other Advent blogs too - Julie's Scrapbook has links to them - why don't you pop over and take a look :)
As I mentioned - Two.
Some time ago we decided to venture quite far in to Scotland and find ourselves away from the maddening crowd.
We chose - the Kintyre Peninsula. Himself had visited as a child and he harboured memories of it being wild, remote and so very very far away. It sounded perfect!
As we were not sure what sort of shops we would find we stocked our 'van with every conceivable form of our favourite camping foods including .... part baked breads.
Oh these are an amazing treat. The scent of freshly baked baguettes wafting across a field first thing in the morning as we gazed at the sea is hard to beat and it was virtually impossible not to slaver in anticipation.
We baked them and ate them hot, we toasted them and munched them with butter and marmalade dripping down our fingers. We nibbled on them cold, filled with cheeses and salads, sitting on the beach and we dunked them into mugs of soup. Bliss.
The little photo on the bottom right is one I took of a telegraph pole. It staggers me that EaCH and EvErY pole in Britain has some form of tagging - just think of the man hours to do that.