Friday, October 22, 2010

Sea legs and smiles...


We love this nautical antique museum...just over the boarder on the Tweed coast



one could never tire of such interesting discoveries...it's spread over 3 levels and every single nook and cranny is filled to the brim...with treasure!


These nautical images are for the very sweet Maureen...she made me smile with her kindness and she also loves seaside living. 





14 comments:

Daydream Living said...

You see that? That's my Big Smile seeing that you posted these, thanks so much Sarah! And yes, I do love seaside living, only thing missing is the sea here.... (but the lake is lovely too), enjoy the weekend,
Maureen xx

Miss Sew & So said...

oohh that is a gorgeous treasure trove of nautical goodies....
big thanks from this country gal too...i love a little moment of seaside...
have a lovely weekend of spring...
melissa x

~*~ saskia ~*~ said...

Hi Sarah, I love the colors in your pictures. Off to read some of your past posts...
Wishing you a most wonderful weekend! xx

francis said...

I love your bright blog and the pictures are so pretty . I am a real beachfan . Overhere in Holland we have the most beautiful beaches . Wish you a happy weekend

Amanda said...

That looks like a real treasure trove of a place to explore - how wonderful. Having lived so close to the beach growing up, I too am a fan of living close to the water. Hope your weekend is lovely x

laura said...

hi Sarah, wow!!! what a fabulous place! I would love to spend some time there looking through all the bits and pieces!!
have a really lovely day!
Laura c xxx

Kristi said...

my favorite antique shop just closed down and i'm in search of a new one. this is making me a bit antzy.

Bec said...

WOW!! Funny,I had lived in Brisbane for 28 years and never had the delight of stumbleing upon this place! How could you resist taking some treasure home for yourself :)

Flotsam Friends said...

OMG, I'm in heaven reading this post. What an awesome place... Far out... I'd need a week in there I think. What's the name of it Sarah? I love that seal, I wonder where it came from?? And the book on Lighthouses too. Pruxxx P.S. Thank you for your lovely comment about my driftwood fish and you're right the pink in those shells we found on holidays is just amazing. That's nature for you. Pxxx

Signe said...

A nautical antique museum sounds like so much fun, I want to go there!
And have a lovely sunday :)

Laura said...

i love the romance of Australian lighthouse book!

Sarah said...

Thank you everyone...it really is a fun place to visit.
Prue,
the shop is located on the cnr of Waugh St & Chinderah Bay drive, Chinderah (next to the old seafood shop) x

Emma said...

Another must do on my next visit north! Absolutely amazing photos Sarah! You are so clever. x

Flotsam Friends said...

Thanks for the address Sarah!! It's in the vault. Pruxxx