Decisions faced Ghengis. Should he roll in the just-weeded much-depleted Catnip or just EAT IT?! He decided to do both . . . The Head Gardener has realized that she was not saving the Catnip by putting it in a planter, on a step, on the bank but actually giving the cats a walk-on cat nip bed! Ghengis and Alfie LOVE cat nip, Theo was a bit ambivalent and Little Whale Doesn't Do Drugs!!
The canal basin in Brecon (which is in front of the Theatre).
Pretty cottages edge the canal, all with lovely summer plantings.
More scenes from the canal basin. You can take a trip along the canal on this lovely narrow boat. I think the prices were £25/hr, £35/2 hrs and £45/3hrs.
The Lock Keeper's cottage?
This narrow boat just came in, turned and left again.
One of the little antiquesy shops in the town. Pam wanted to go in and have a nose round, so we did. Some nice things there, though this cast iron table and chairs were the only thing I'd have liked (or indeed needed).
Successful shopping trip as Pam got new boots, more socks, boot proofing and had an initial in-house proofing of her boots so she's ready to go now! It was nice showing her round the town, and we then went to B&M Bargains, ostensibly "just" for a big box of suet balls for the birds, but of course, other things were bought. Pam had never been to this chain of stores before and was delighted at the household items you could buy at sensible prices.
Now, my day is unfolding, so I will drag myself away from the computer and do some work.