That was a surprise.
As was the fact that half of the town was closed to traffic.
Never understood the joy of marching bands and drum majorettes.
The fair is in town!
We visited the county museum and saw an inspiring exhibition about transgender people. It's a photographic exhibition of work by Elisabeth Ohlson Wallin. She has worked with provocative, thought-provoking images and is a skilled artist, always good to see her pictures.
It has been a "pool day" today, we were all in need of a slow start, Jude has developed a nasty cold (it wasn't hay fever after all) and Keith is on the way... We have chilled!
It rained today, for the first time since last November. the grass is singing. Not for long, but enough to make things wet and to put a shallow layer of water in the water buts.
I made a rhubarb crumble that turned out really well - just like Rose's! Incredible what a proper recipe can do for your baking, instead of winging it like I usually do.