After lunch we ventured to Romsey to drop of a CD at the printers for the guilds July newsletter - so many pictures in it to celebrate the 60 years that it was too big to email them. It was pretty busy as we arrived and then I realised it was the Beggars Fair festival - a free festival with music and street entertainment. I remembered a friend from the guild talking about it last year. We had a nice walk around and paused in the King Johns House garden to eat an ice cream, New Forest ice cream at that (a bit of a favourite with Imogen at the moment). The gardens are lovely - wildflower meadow, herbs, and wonderful fruit against the walls - the Pears were looking so nice.
Sunday morning was spent here - Holly Hill Woodland Park - not far away, for a lovely woodland walk, stick collecting for pooh sticks (although the water was still), stick collecting to play castles on the rocks, and feeding the ducks and the very large fish.
The afternoon was spent in the garden, Imogen with her water table and me with my wool and Spinning wheel (Imogen wanted to take some pictures). She also had a bit of wool to play with - see above picture - she thought it looked like a woolly octopus.
We had a lovely time, and Daddy joined us for some tomato plant pruning, Imogen did the watering recycling the water from her play table and then they had a game of football.