Wednesday, 15 March 2017

getting agricultural...

After today's ride in gentle sunshine and a quick lunch, we wandered up th path by the Taylor River to Brayshaw Park.
This is the home of the Agricultural Machinery Museum, as wll as many other thingsm  a place well worth a visit any day,
Many photos taken, the Secretary, who was on duty that day, made us a cuppa, and both he and the pirate having been in their respective airforces, talked aeroplanes!
Footsore already, we retraced our steps, pausing to watch a new concrete path being laid for cyclists and walkers. Readymixed concrete being delivered by lorries, but the finishing all done by hand-and done well, too.
One thing we noted eas the lack of damage or graffiti...in the whole of the last two weeks work, one small heart outline and one set of dog pawprints....would that be so in the uk ?






4 comments:

mikeintonbridge said...

It looks as though you are still having a great time. Inspiration for pots and things on your return maybe? I've just put pots to dry on the shelves whilst I'm away in Thailand on a massage course for the next three weeks. This will also give me time to catch up with your last half-dozen posts which I've not had time to read....

kjsutcliffe artist said...

((o))

Relatively Retiring said...

It's sad (for UK) that so many other parts of the world can be free of graffiti, dog mess, chewing gum and other litter. I'm often rather ashamed to return home after travelling.
Hope you manage your meeting with P.Pete.

gz said...

Hope so, RR..we have phone numbers and he knows which bus we should be on....