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Stuff Michael Meeks is doing
Up early, booked an appointment for J. with the local GP,
mercifully 20 metres from the house. Off to visit
apparently (The strangest place in the world) - discovered on
arriving that it doesn't open until nearly midday (oh). Spent some
time wandering the pleasant grounds, getting mobbed by hungyr ducks,
and admiring a flock of swifts flying fast and close between us as
we walked to catch some sort of insect near the ground.
A snatch of lunch, and we set off to sample the strange-ness.
And indeed, as advertised, it was really extremely unusual. a set of
fine gardens, with an over-arching maze - some extraordinary follies,
a labryinth of underground tunnels of unusual complexity, castle
pieces, grotesque statues, and lots of IR controlled water sprays -
everything a child could want, and more. Strangely E. was terrified
by the relatively mild burping entrance gate, and not by some of the
very tight underground spaces. M. sat out a lot of dark, underground
twistiness with Grandma.
Eventually back home, rather late. Fish and Chips dinner,
put the babes to bed, and chatted with the parents. Bed earlyish.
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