We saw two accidents involving caravans when we were driving home. The first was on the motorway where the caravan and car had overturned and the caravan was almost on top of the car. The other was on a dual carriageway where the caravan had blown a tyre and pulled both the car and caravan facing in the wrong direction on the carriageway. Hopefully no-one was injured. I always think its sad to see caravans, people's much loved home from home mashed up :-(
When we got up this morning the cows were right by the side of the caravan by the little brook that runs alongside. Roman pulled up clumps of grass and was trying to feed them, they largely ignored him though to his frustration.
For a bit of fun Anais and Roman wrote a note, wrapped it up in a food bag and buried it under the hard standing rubble by the fence to see if it is there next time we go!
This is the chicken field, such pretty colours. Can you see the roof of our caravan behind the hedge? In between the hedge and our caravan is the little brook that separates the fields and forks off down to the side of our caravan.
I made some fairy cakes when we got home, Mark & Roman iced them, yummy :-)