We started with a magnificent breakfast for us adults and the children chose lunch boxes (they selected the 6 items to put inside the boxes) that set us all up for the day - and ended with wonderful Fish & Chips in Bude, which was eaten near the beach before heading home.
Can you tell? My little granddaughter LOVES ponies! I had
to take photos of the ponies who were resting too.
The sheep were always ready to be fed and the rustle of the feed
bags brought them running to the fence.
or even THROUGH the fence if necessary!
My grandson practiced archery and also his football skills.
Digger driving skills -
- and I tried to photograph him on this flying swings roundabout
but it was going so fast I completely missed him - twice!
A working Collie going through his paces
Radioactive Ice Creams?
Bouncing Daddy = flying children!!
The train was much more relaxing.
The final furlong of the Big Sheep Race, flying over the hurdles on
their way to the big bowl of FOOD at the finishing line! The funniest bit
was when an extra sheep jumped over the enclosure and hurtled after the
others in order to get a share of the food! At least it shows that the sheep
aren't reluctant woolly jumpers!
And we all enjoyed the train ride.
but he was already sold and awaiting his new owner.
No amount of whistling or stroking took his attention away from his rubber chicken!