Sunday Funday

A few more pictures from our Sunday. After breakfast, we headed out to The Chocolate Factory open studios. What a fantastic space! It was nice to see Helen Rawlingson’s work and studio, although sadly I didn’t get to say hello as she was out at the time. There were some nice new discoveries there though, so it was well worth the visit.
The day was very much based around lunch. My husband is a mega-foodie, and he’d heard great things about a ‘salt beef’ restaurant in Edgeware, so we thought we’d try it out. Good plan, Dan; we weren’t disappointed. It was yum (sorry vegetarians)! On the way home, we spotted a record shop and as it was fathers day, we couldn’t ignore! 
Enjoy your days! I have a poorly Bertie here, so I think it’s a stay-at-home day.

20 comments:

  1. These are gorgeous photos!

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  2. Looks like a lovely sunday!
    x

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  3. Yum, that restaurant sounds good.

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  4. Oh god, dribble. Salt beef! Your husb knows what is up! Also, that 'The Edge' sign makes me always wish that the nerdy guitarist from U2 would stand next to it for a photo...just once. Ha.

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  5. OK i have definitely missed your posts lately and 2ni i am catching up...love all them, fabulous, great, gorgeous! dayle

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  6. Hi Kerry,
    Thanks for popping in on what looks like a very busy day!
    Your photos are just amazing, you have a real, natural talent for it...it's lovely to browse through your blog. Great shot of the shoes on our walkway..it freaks alot of people out walking on that!
    Helen x

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  7. such a great sunday!

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  8. I live right in Stokey and still haven't popped into the Chocolate factory - must do soon! Great pics.

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  9. what a great way to celebrate (in style) father day!!!
    (I love this set of photos)
    Hope Bertie gets well soon.
    (i'm just listening to this while watching your pics:
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zeVJlLxGsmo&feature=related

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  10. um, i do believe you are the coolest family in north london. love that bottom pic. kisses to bertie. x
    p.s. ben gets his salt beef from brick lane. pretty good i think if you like that sort of thing ;)

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  11. What fab looking photos. Love the last one especially. The chocolate factory sign is just what I imagine for Willie Wonka - all a bit secret.

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  12. You take such lovely photographs. gret compositions.

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  13. Ack, I meant to go to the Chocolate Factory's open day but completely forgot -- glad you got to see Helen's work; I work with her at The Make Lounge where she does screenprinting workshops :)

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  14. Love that last photo.

    ♥ sécia
    www.petiteinsanities.blogspot.com

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  15. Great photos as always! Love the last one - you're such a colorful family! ;)

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  16. This is beautiful! All of it!
    H.

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  17. The photo of the Jackson's building is beautiful Kerry! Thanks!
    We have linked to it from our blog, I hope that's ok. http://blog.jacksonsart.co.uk/2011/06/26/nice-photo-of-the-jacksons-sign/

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  18. Oh, nice shoes, Kerry! Are those the ones from the Mexican girl's shop? I love them!!

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  19. Iveth, yes they are from there...Golden Ponies, I believe! Very comfortable. I recommend x

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