Today Dad and Myee rode out to Clevedon the bikes and Mum, Darcy and I drove out to meet them for morning tea at Tiffens. We went out on the Clevedon Pier while we waited for them to arrive. The pier is heritage listed and lots of men were fishing, and one man had caught a big eel. At Tiffens I had a red velvet cake. When the riders left we went to a community run secondhand bookstore and I bought the Goblet of Fire for £1. I had finished the two books that I brought with me and now have something to read when all you can see are hedges.
After Clevedon we went to an old National Trust run house called Tyntesfield. The people who had owned it made their fortune by importing bird poo from Peru. At one time the man was the wealthiest non royal in England. It rained again there, which we are getting used to. The house and garden were both hug and amazing. We has lunch in the old cow barn. Darcy and I had ham and cheese toasties and mum had soup.
The photo is of the family chapel which is attached to the house. It was lovely.