They are certainly blessed with a beautiful park with lots of equipment to suit all ages and paddling pool for those hot lazy summer days. There is even formal gardens, wildflower areas and a beautiful lake. Wilbur was very keen to show me the rickety bridge that apparently isn't rickety but a good bridge none the less.
We fed the ducks with the obligatory bread and were surrounded by several different species, a sight to behold.
Wilbur was thrilled that the Swans had babies...
...it was lovely to sit and watch them. Typical British weather it had to spoil itself and rain so it was a bit of a dash to get back to the house. Luckily it didn't last long and it soon dried up. We were able to enjoy the garden and a beautiful afternoon tea. I can assure you it was a tasty treat she certainly knows how to please us.
Wilbur thinks his Grandad is magic, me I think he is a trickster but it makes me smile the way he performs his little tricks for them. Hector is growing so quickly and reaches out to grabs things, he is pretty good at pulling at your glasses and hair.
He is a treasure. The perfect afternoon...
See you soon.