Back and had lunch. While Gems assembled, I took the opportunity to grab my camera and get walk over to St Mo’s to see if I could get any more frog foties. Still a lot of the wee amphibians busy making even more, but the star attraction today was the plethora of clay faces on the trees. Much more than Friday and this time they were on traditional red clay. Real imagination there. I presume it’s two classes in competition. Had to make a composite to get all the images in neatly. As you will see, I startled a couple of ducks. Mallards trying to find a nesting site.
Walked back and drove to Westerwood to have a swim. No hoards today and no nosebleeds either. Not a Manic Monday then, just folk swimming.
Dancing at STUC tonight, but for once there were too many men in the level 3 class we were helping with. I made the decision after 20 minutes to sit out the rest of the class. Our own class were doing Cubaa se <sic> eleven bars long (!) and a variety of rueda moves which will be easily forgotten, I hope. Good fun. Before class we went sourcing veg for tomorrow’s dinner.
Don’t have any plans for tomorrow, other than Jackie coming down for a couple of days. Dinner in our house for the sisters.