This week we've been in rainy Dorset on holiday. It's such a beautiful part of the uk and everytime we visit the south coast I always start thinking about how we should live down south and how much it has going for it. But I guess this week it just rained everywhere.
Anyway, as per usual we took a stroll over to Mudeford beach which has all the amazing beach huts you can see in the photos. I haven't bothered instagramming them (is that a verb now? I instagram? You instagram?) as they are just so blooming' beautiful there was no need. We* went for a coffee in the cafe on Mudeford beach, just next to the beach huts and I could see a couple of adverts for beach huts for sale. Some were for around £125k which I found unbelievable! I mean, who would spend that sort of money on a small wooden shed with no running water and no mains power inaccessible by road? I got the feeling from looking at the peeps around that the answer to that question is someone toothy, blonde and fleece wearing and bearing a striking resemblance to our equine friends but that's probably just me showing my northern insecurities.
*not hubby and I but MIL instead - on that day hubby was undertaking his ten hour round trip to get his ruddy passport which thanks to my dad, fate, and whatever higher being you want to believe in, did arrive on time.
Would you pay £125k for a beach hut?