Saturday, 29 June 2013
Been a lovely day out today. We motored up Suffolk and just over the border into Norfolk, where the fine old building shown above, is located. It is, of course, the Zeddary, and is inhabited by our host, Russell (the Sage), and hostess Zoe. We had gone to celebrate the third annual East Anglian Blogmeet. And great fun it was, too!
I'm afraid this photo is a little fuzzy (it was taken after lunch- which was, as usual, superb) and shows our hostess pouring coffee.
This one was kindly taken by Rog, and shows his wife (Mrs Rine), meself, Ann, and Madeleine.
I'm afraid the photo above appears, at best, to show a certain amount of horseplay taking place, and at worst, looks as if a young victim is being prepared for sacrifice.
But NO! At one bound the intended young victim leaps upon a motor cycle, and is born off upon the pillion of the gallant Sir Bruin/Galahad.
Actually, I'm afraid I've allowed my imagination full rein to run riot in the last two photos. As we left a few minutes after Sir Bruin's valiant steed roared away over the horizon, we don't know if he, our hostess (who was the young lady riding pillion in the above photie), or the steed, returned safely. But I'm sure that one of the three will let us know by comment.
Thanks again Z. and the Sage - it was a lovely day.
Warm regards, Ann and Mike.