We went for a drive to Minehead, saw the steam railway, walked along the promenade and to the harbour. We had a picnic at a posh park that indicated was a "quiet park" - no ball games allowed and no swings or slide for the kids. Anais and Roman amused themselves by playing hide and seek in the bushes instead.
She gave Anais and Roman a box of fresh eggs which they carried proudly and very carefully back to the caravan which we will have boiled for breakfast with soldiers!
Staying on a farm is an assault on the senses! We have the fresh farm smell, the sound of animals, we can go and stroke them (touch), fresh eggs (taste) and there is an abundance of colour everywhere (sight).
You can just about see the generous size of the pitches on this photo.
I am now on book three of The Hunger Games - "Mocking Jay" and am LOVINGTHEM! Mark has started reading book one now "The Hunger Games" - we have said once he has finished the first book we will buy the film on dvd to watch.