A Long And Winding Road (day2)

21Sep09
Starting the day in Carlisle we decided to investigate further before returning to life on the road. So I ended up at Tullies House Museum & Art Gallery (via the Cathedral and a quick recce of the Castle) to see the ‘Bathing Beauties – Re-imagining the Beach Hut for the 21st Century’exhibition, although to be honest given that the actual re-imagined beach huts can be found between Mablethorpe and Anderby Creek I should have probably gone to see them first (especially as The Cloud Appreciation Society’s ‘Cloud Bar’ can be found at Anderby Creek also). Anyway the exhibition is well worth seeking out with a whole host of the re-imagined beach hut models on show along with some rather nice supporting pictures and a excellent little film explaining the project and the competition that drove it.
And then back on the road (again) to travel the last leg of our (increasingly spectacular) journey arriving in Benderloch just in time to see the sun dissapear behind the distantIsle of Mull.Starting the day in Carlisle we decided to investigate further before returning to life on the road. So I ended up at Tullies House Museum & Art Gallery (via the Cathedral and a quick recce of the Castle) to see the ‘Bathing Beauties – Re-imagining the Beach Hut for the 21st Century’exhibition, although to be honest given that the actual re-imagined beach huts can be found between Mablethorpe and Anderby Creek I should have probably gone to see them first (especially as The Cloud Appreciation Society’s ‘Cloud Bar’ can be found at Anderby Creek also). Anyway the exhibition is well worth seeking out with a whole host of the re-imagined beach hut models on show along with some rather nice supporting pictures and a excellent little film explaining the project and the competition that drove it.
And then back on the road (again) to travel the last leg of our (increasingly spectacular) journey arriving in Benderloch just in time to see the sun dissapear behind the distantIsle of Mull.
Starting the day in Carlisle we decided to investigate further before returning to life on the road. So I ended up at Tullies House Museum & Art Gallery (via the Cathedral and after quick recce of the Castle) to see the ‘Bathing Beauties – Re-imagining the Beach Hut for the 21st Century’ exhibition, although to be honest given that the actual re-imagined beach huts can be found between Mablethorpe and Anderby Creek I should have probably gone to see them first (especially as The Cloud Appreciation Society’s ‘Cloud Bar’ can be found at Anderby Creek also). Anyway the exhibition is well worth seeking out with a whole host of the re-imagined beach hut models on show along with some rather nice supporting pictures and a excellent little film explaining the project and the competition that drove it.
And then back on the road (again) to travel the last leg of our (increasingly spectacular) journey arriving in Benderloch just in time to see the sun dissapear behind the distant Isle of Mull.


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