flickr When the two ladies are out everyone has to be very careful in Jeco land. It used to be that if one of the two ladies went missing, everything else stopped for the Great Tortoise Hunt . Now, they just wonder home in time for tea.
flickr Another summit & another trig point for the boys - this one was on top of Ivinghoe Beacon this afternoon.
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Fantastic sports day at school last week - started early before it got too hot. Very different from when I was five, much more fun and loads more things to do.
flickr A delightful little boat house, downstream a little way from Wallingford, where Oxford University Boat Club are building a new boat house (at least I think it's OUBC, there do seem to be a lot of Oxford University rowing clubs ).flickr The boats outside the new boat house appeared to be converted Dart sailing catamarans .
There's a nice new Waitrose in Wallingford. Just down stream from the town is the bridge over the river for the bypass, underneath is this graffiti.
Not sure if it was protest or advertising.
I wonder if Richard Neale can shed any light on the subject?
Okay, not really a booze cruz, but we did get to a rather nice hotel by the river for lunch...
flickr Continuing the elephant theme , we present " baby elephant with train, digger and roll of sumint "
Grandad was over to help fit a new back door - thankfully he'd also borrowed Brendon's 'chock', making the whole plane-it-to-fit routine that much easier.
Thanks Les, and thank-you Brendon.
flickr One of the nice things of clearing the utility room (corridor?) to fit the new back door, was that we got to see the coat hooks - normally they're hidden under coats, hats and bags.
Because of the rain, cycling to the nursery wasn't on, instead we went by buggy along the canal, past Bushes Lock .
It's been very hot, humid and dry... until yesterday, when it 'absolutely bucketed down'
Thanks to aunty , and the wonders of streaming video over wireless networks, the fact that the england game went to extra time didn't spoil the barby.