A very hairy treasure but a treasure none the less!
When we arrived in Torquay,the first thing he did was find a playground for the two little girls to have a stretch.
|Photo by Lidia|
And I love him to bits&pieces.
I know,he does not look the sort.
But he has passed this love on to our brood.
This kept them busy and happy for the next day. That and Scrabble,in which Elsa insisted on ONLY using words that were relevant to Smiggle.
Ans she won!
We are a big board game family,I love them and I alway carry cards in my bag. Its usually UNO,so handy to keep them busy if we get stuck somewhere.
Here it is. We had it today and it was yum!
After lunch we set off for a drive and a warehouse Jed had discovered. He wouldn't tell us where.
Oh,Babe,you have done it again!
And it is pure wool.
A Kestral Coat methinks.
With velvet covered buttons......Justine,if I send you some fabric?
Check this out,isn't it fabulous?
Those little numbered cards are keys!
I really really wanted this!
And this for my kitchen!
Poor Hugo missed it all as he was sleeping in the car. I hope he is better tomorrow-I don't want to cancel my visit with a special new friend.
To defrost,we took a drive around a few docks.
Jed thought this was a 'traffic control' for boats and ships.
Hugo thought it was just a look out.
A ship with what I think is Melbourne in the back ground.
(Please correct me if I am wrong)
We are back at our house,admiring our treasure's,listening to the rain and drinking cocoa by the heater.
Another lovely day!
Thank you Darling xxxx