06 August 2010

Where were we????

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Hi, Les,
Sorry I couldn't send a report but Linda wasn't able to fly on Monday because the baby had earache so she had to come back to us . She left yesterday afternoon for a 10 o'clock flight to Sidney and then on to Queenstown. It will take her 30 hrs. to get home. My two grandchildren have been here since Tuesday so it's been hectic .Anyway the photo is of Andrew and Tomos outside a Pink Pavilion but where were they??

Thank you Enid a very long journey for Linda and Alma and a busy but lovely last couple of days for you with a house full of children! Hope to here from Mo when they arrive safely.

12 comments:

Carol said...

Gosh - you need your sun glasses on where ever it is

carol

DEREK LEWIS said...

Taj Mahal.

The Makem

J&T said...

Lisa, a girl I work with loves everything pink. So I guess it,s where she lives lol!
Jane xxx

Tina W said...

Rhiannon loves everything pink too so is it her back garden?

Tina W said...

Barry Island?

tony waller said...

It's The Festival Of Wales!

k9 said...

My Goodness Enid you've feed that rabbit to much look how its grown lol The K9 Marshal Crew

enid said...

Tony is almost right. It's at the bottom of Paula's garden and is in Ebbw Vale this year.

Polly said...

LOL Bet you all had a great day out Enid!

If that was in my garden I'd at least spray it a better colour! That pink is HIDEOUS! The photo just doesn't do it justice, of all the different shades of pink in the world, they had to choose that.

The National Eisteddford this year is on the site of the former Ebbw Vale Steelworks which was quite famous in its time. Lovely to see the site being cleaned up now and these days local sheep are white rather than the multicolours I grew up with LOL

Sarah and Tony said...

can you hear the eisteddford from your house? When I lived in Cambridge we didn't need tickets for the folk festival, just had to sit in the garden.

Sarah and Tony said...

can you hear the eisteddford from your house? When I lived in Cambridge we didn't need tickets for the folk festival, just had to sit in the garden.

Polly said...

Not a peep!

Having attended several URDD Eisteddfords with Sacha I was expecting far more people, a lot more noise and to be able to hear the bigger shows in the evenings. It seems to have been very quiet. It is about a mile away down the valley though, so that's probably the reason.