Monday, August 25, 2008
High tide at the Nevern estuary. Walking the path towards Parrog there is excitement that someone has seen an otter in the reed beds. Few birds of interest - the egret has gone for now. Only one speckled wood and one small white butterfly; a very poor year for butterflies.
The boatclub was full of 'hoorays' wearing sweatshirts, baggy shorts and flip flops. Very few appear to be going sailing. Not sure why I object to them so much - in many ways they are little different from me. Jane says it's a form of class consciousness, which is probably correct, but I sense there is something deeper.
I made a model of an old mine for Dylan's railway - papier mache and poster paint - he seems to like it. Mike plays with him well.
On the internet there is a report of a sunfish and large basking shark sighted at Strumble Head.
Posted by The bike shed at 4:27 PM
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