Mr.B @ Studio North & The Canal

I never saw how quickly Mr.B’s tiny feet could move!
He darted towards the exit as soon as I put him down on the floor, never looking back.
He was scampering away from the vet in his fifth gear. You never know how hard a mere 2 kg Chihuahua can pull!  Anyway, Mr.B slowed down to a cruising speed once he thought the danger was over and we pottered along New North Road, the southbound.

Then, we came across a jewellery studio…

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We hardly came this way on foot therefore it had slipped below our radar…

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One of the designers, Chrysanthe, showed me a collection of mainly silver jewellery they created at the premises…

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On the wall, there were coloured architectural drawings…

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Chrysanthe explained to me that her husband who shared the studio as his architectural practice, had participated in Open House London 2013 last weekend and the drawings were a part of the exhibits.

Mr.B had a good nosing around of the shop floor…

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The works exhibited there were distinctly original and innovative.
Highly recommended to pay a visit if you are in & around the area.

After leaving the studio, we turned into Linton Street.
What a beautiful day!

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The sky was criss-crossed with vapour trails…

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Hello, Bilbo barge…

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While Mr.B waited in the carrier by the chair, I chatted to Lorraine…

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Lorraine was just releasing a lemon drizzle sponge from the tin when we dropped in…

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The sponge was cut in half and, she spread ginger preserve very very carefully…

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Then, the other half of the cake was placed on top of it. Tickety-boo!

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Ta-dah, my tea & cake at the canal! Absolutely priceless…

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Once Lorraine finished a meeting with her plumber, we had a good old chitchat in the sun…

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Mr.B nibbled on the cake too. Oh I mustn’t forget to brush his teeth once we’ve got home…

Kaori by Kaori Okumura

9 thoughts on “Mr.B @ Studio North & The Canal

    • Yes, please do! She is such a lovely & cool chick. On some sunday, there is a vintage market barge as well. However, check “sandwich barge” FB page for the latest location before setting off. I don’t want you to be disappointed (^_^)

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