Monday, 18 February 2013

sunday clears away the rust of the whole week

this sunday afternoon was spent rooting through the beautiful treasure trove that is PASH, near easingwold in north yorkshire. i only recently discovered PASH via my monthly subscription to the simple things magazine,  and i am so grateful that they shared this hidden gem.

if you haven't visited this beautiful warehouse yet, then i highly recommend you do. everything was arranged so beautifully, nothing looked too over crowded or as if it was well balanced so you daren't touch it. i fell in love with the mason jars and the etched glass bottles. i was surprised at how fairly priced everything was too, 
there was not one item there that seemed overpriced.

the sweet little market town of easingwold is just down the road and it is the perfect setting for afternoon tea, which of course we had to have. i have given up refined sugars for easter and so i was pretty jealous of my mother and godmothers choice of high tea and instead opted for a delicious sandwich made on homemade, sugar free (i checked) bread.

we ventured to PASH on a sunday afternoon, but if you'd like to make a full day of things, then i'd recommend visiting on a saturday as there were some pretty sweet looking shops and antique stores in the town centre which do not open on a sunday.

sincerely, alexa

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