She’d never been to Brownsea, we needed a lovely day to see it at its best.
She met him…
And I saw a real life red squirrel…
People say they don’t vote because one person doesn’t make a difference.
If that one person hadn’t done what he did… He made a difference to millions of girls and boys all around the world, most of whom he never met.
It just had to be done☺️
So today started with mushrooms…
And a pair of giant melons – for the children or childish.
It ended with touch rugby and a rainbow,
and the discovery that Fidget doesn’t mind strobe lighting or a disco but doesn’t like glow sticks in the dark.
Strange creature often found in cars hitching a lift.
When lost this Beast type creature runs around in circles looking for its mum.
Mostly hides in grass waiting to evolve.
Mostly wiggles on its back to lull others into a false sense of security. Can be found in molehills or mess.
This is best known for its habit of inverting molehills.
Found in the front of tents, a small Spikey creature.
It’s a weird sensation, but definitely helpful.
And on the way there was a really ugly mushroom.
Ghostbusters was great, way better than expected!
So we went to the Rutherford Appleton Laboratory and the European Space Agency. The levels of security are actually amazing.
Its the little things you notice, like satellite tracking doesn’t work, and your satnav tell you that you don’t exist; or the million and one security vans, barriers and cameras; and the fact that we all know about CERN, but we have the same here too.
Fidget behaved beautifully. And then she found bunnies, and bunnies are the most exciting thing in the world ever, including trying to wedge yourself down a rabbit hole.
And then if you go off exploring, because high level distraction is needed. There are mushrooms too, they don’t have such high security!
and so we risked leaving the house.
Pup had her much needed walk, and there was the excitement of mushrooms and sweet chestnuts.