We awoke to some sunshine but by 9am it is grey and cloudy and very much looks like rain. Alas! Guess this will be a museum day.
Continuation and a teensy bit of catch-up. Here are some interesting photos from Elaine's camera (thanks for the photo's E)
From the beach, another view of the little "houses"and a most interesting sign on the beach front indicating the time and the temperature and the water temperature and high and low tide and and and - very good
Here is the fellow setting up the book store,
Thursday was a very rainy, gray day. We eventually went into den Haag (approx. 20km south) visited the Mesdag Collectie, an art collection made by Hendrik W. Mesdag and his wife, Sientje. It is housed in the Museum he had built next door to his house in the Hague. He is one of my favorite 19th century Dutch painters. We then visited one of the funniest shops around, check out: http://www.kadoomdehoek.nl/. It translates to the ''shop on the corner". They have some really silly, fun things. We enjoyed dinner with Caro and Rob. Rob is off on a fund-raising bicycle ride over the next two days of approximately 170km. Phew! Caro and I basted an antique quilt top I had brought her as a surprise. No, we haven't stopped sewing or quilting. :-)