I recently took a trip to Bath for the first time ever. While I thought some of the main streets were a bit commercial there were some hidden gems down the side streets. Two of my particular favourites were a self-service laundrette and The Foodie Bugle which is a delightful deli, food store and gift shop run by Silvana and her family. When you're in Bath, go and visit them at Margaret's Buildings near The Crescent.
When I see beautiful things I get excited. Whether that's a beautiful bride, a groom in a sharp suit, a pretty house in the country or in this case, a sweet bike. I get inspired when I see things which people have put their heart and soul into and a project I'm working on at the moment is to turn an old bike I bought from eBay into a pimped up single speed. Here it is...
I've created a Pinterest board of inspiration and there are some absolute belters on there.
Here are a few which got me excited, I hope they do the same for you. And regardless of whether you're into bikes or not I hope you will appreciate the simple beauty of them.
If you've got any advice or suggestions then I would love to hear them or if you've seen any great looking bikes please be sure to share them.
All images found on Pinterest.
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It's just under a year until Alice and I get married and we're excited and a little nervous at the same time that we've not done enough as we should.
We're getting married at Huntsham Court in Devon and last week we re-visited as there was an event being held for Friends of Musgrove Hospital.
This got us all excited again and in a way we wish we were getting married sooner.
I took some more snaps of the church and the house while we were there and thought I would share them with you.