First stop was Weston Super Mare - we walked round the town and to Winter Gardens where there was a collection of vintage cars on display. We then went for a walk along the beach.
Lunch was a picnic at Sand Point where we left the car and walked a mile or so over the marsh land to the beach and then back again. It took quite a while and we had a lot of fun as it was wet and very marshy - we used driftwood and odd pieces of wood that had been washed ashore to make bridges over the muddy patches and surprisingly no-one fell in or got dirty either!
When we got back to the caravan Anais finished her art on the canvas and Mark and Roman built a wooden fighter jet model that Roman had for his birthday.
After tea we went to feed the donkey's and went for another walk around the site and by the river. Three caravans went home today so there are only two caravan's in our field - a caravan in pitch one and us in pitch five. We are quite secluded.
Tonight Anais started a wooden model of a violin (pictures to follow tomorrow). I finished another book Tess Gerritsen "Girl Missing"
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