Well somehow it has become June. If I had known at the start of the year we would still be here in Waterlooville in June I would not have been impressed. But life weaves in unexpected ways and it's up to us to make the most of it.
The good news is we do have a buyer for our house and so fingers crossed it all goes through quickly and easily. Our house is looking so very empty now. Which makes it a bit boring to be in so we have been out and about as much as possible.
This is a little coastal village called Bosham that we visited in the rain. Some of the roads get flooded at high tide, I loved the little raised doors on some of the cottages to stop the flood water entering the houses.
It was the Queen's jubilee weekend but I'm afraid we were not very patriotic and didn't partake in any celebrations (mostly because it was Nick and his brother Sam's birthday on the 5 June and we celebrated that instead). I did love all the bunting everywhere, our street held a big party that carried on into the night.
In our continuing mission to visit Hampshire's landmarks before we go we recently went to Winchester Cathedral, one of the biggest in Europe.
Nick's phone went off rather embarrassingly (ski sunday theme tune) when we were stood right next to the grave of Jane Austen (where lots of people were gathered).
We hope this goes to show that we haven't just been bumming around for the past few months - well not everyday anyway. At the moment we still don't have any dates confirmed and so it's difficult to make plans. But we feel we are getting closer to hitting the road with every day...