Didn’t realise that RAF Benson Family Day was today until the acrobatics started.
We had quiet a good view from across the river.
Was a tad worried when the Chinook decided to just hang vertically, but the Tornado at
—censored– metres literally shook us back to our senses.
Looked like the base put on an excellent show.
More pix here.
H and D went up to London for (fab) Potted Potter and some other stuff too.
Getting the twists just so takes huge amounts of gardening skill.
Taking Ewok and Megan for a walk on the clumps.
The boys hacking together some games with Kodu.
The beginning and the end of yesterday across the fields around the house.
I could grow slowly old contentedly here.
Winter-set onion; going to seed
Courgette | Zucchini
Every year c r o s s o a k covers May in the Garden.
Here’s a little glimpse of August.
H with some of the carrots we grew this year.
Not half bad once I’d figured out what wasn’t weeds. Apparently stuff growing in straight lines is the clue… you did plant them in straight lines didn’t you?
Still missing Scott’s Hot Shots – the t-shirt goes everywhere.
Finn perfected the art of keeping snug when camping, although mum’s attempt was almost as good!
Harvey befriended a rabbit. The rabbit moved in.
This rabbit was not imaginary.
We will have our photo taken…
On the sand in St Ives harbour.
No idea who these people are but… Proof!
(That it’s not just me that snaps.)
Our humble contributions to Measuring the Universe
Tate St Ives filled half a gallery with playful white balloons. Or was it Martin Creed’s Half the Air in a Given Space?
Fay: snug (and bright) in a Patagonia.
Fay and the boys on the roof at Tate St Ives in 2006…
…and again in 2011
Fun on the beach at Gwithian.
First day camping – pasta for dinner – yum.
Big birthday called for a big birthday bash for granddad with
the grandsons pictured with their pictures.
Better late than never.