Saturday, July 29, 2006

Our Summer Holiday: Part 3

Are you bored of this yet?

On the Wednesday of our holiday, we went to Kent's Caverns in Babbacombe. (I did see quite a few other Babbas there, by the way). Mummy and Daddy wondered whether I would like it down there: I told them (though I'm not sure they understood) that as long as they didn't leave me in there to live with the cave bears and things, I'd be fine. Above you see my curly locks dissapearing into the depths.

They also did a ghost show that you could go and see. Mummy and I saved money by putting on our own!

Whilst there I taste tested the local Mini Milks. Not much different to the ones at home, I thought.

In an odd momement that I found, I stress tested Mummys new bracelet. It bore up quite well, and made an exciting pinging noise when I let go! Posted by Picasa

Thursday, July 20, 2006

My Summer Holiday: Part 2 Continued

In the evening Mummy and Daddy went for a stroll along the clifftop (don't worry - there was a fence).

How do I know this if I was in bed? Because I've got the Photographs to prove it!

P.S. I've got a panoramic photo of Brixham harbour that I might post if enough of you ask for it. Posted by Picasa

My Summer Holiday: Part 2

On Tuesday we went to the Living Coasts exhibition at Torquay, and we found the penguins attempting to chill out. Well worth at visit, if you're down there.

This little bird was obviously not quite such an exhibitionist as the penguins!

I ate the first of many icecreams.

And even found time for a moments quiet reflection! Posted by Picasa

Saturday, July 15, 2006

Holiday 2006: Part 1

Finally, I've found some time to tell you about my holiday. I know that you have all been anticipating this as much as Harry Potter 6, so without further ado:

We got down to Brixham on the Saturday afternoon. And what do you think I saw? I saw two ships go sailing out! They were very beautiful ships, and much taller than Daddy. We could spy on them from our cottage, because it overlooked the harbour.

Monday morning, bright and early, we went to the beach. I'm not sure what I'm telling you to look at in this picture, because there was no one else there, except a man in a tractor, ploughing the beach - or something like that. I didn't tell him, but I don't think he's going to grow many potatoes down there.

We headed toward Buckfast Abbey for Dinner, stopping off on the way at China Blue in Totnes. That was good fun. They let me paint a little coaster. How much do you think it would go for on Ebay - it's got my finger prints on it?

By afternoon it was getting very hot. Daddy found us somewhere shady to sit and cool down. It had a big lake where all the seagulls went swimming. I tried to, too, but Granny stopped me!

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Tuesday, July 11, 2006


Mummy graduated from her university today. She was a year later than everybody else, but I think that might have been my fault. Sorry Mummy! (I don't she minded though).

I learnt a new word in her honour: "Doctor". Do you think I shall have to use her full title when I address her now? I think "Doctor Mummy" sounds a bit of mouthful. Perhaps I'll have to shorten it to "Dummy"!

That hat didn't half make me feel intelligent. I think I'll have to get my name down for this university thing. Posted by Picasa

Saturday, July 08, 2006

Holiday: sneak preview

I've been on Holiday this week: just got back tonight, waistlines a little tighter, as you might guess from the photo.

More piccies to follow. Posted by Picasa