|Heading for the Millenium Seed Bank|
|Tris took this pic as he loved the view|
Having had lunch we trekked off to the viewpoint and sat and watched the children fearlessly cavorting up and down the rocks, wondering if mother mountain goats had similar heart-in-mouth moments
We then left Laura and her family to carry on and walked back through the Pinetum and managed to only spend about £6 in the gift shop, although I did then have to resist a much-needed cup of tea as it was almost the same price.
Back home and my lawn has been mowed so it's a bit easier to distinguish where the borders are now. The bunnies aren't impressed by the lack of lush pasture (well, dandelions and 10 inch tall grass seed heads) but Richard did manage to navigate his way around the small beehive in the centre of the garden. What with the livestock, venemous insects and warrens as well as balls, sticks and flowerpots it's more of an assault course than a lawn-mowing job and he did text me to say that he'd found the £20 I'd left him thanks and although he'd cut it, he'd not managed to achieve the Wimbledon look.
Anyway Charles has taken the swarm now so that's one less hazard...until they swarm again!