Today I awoke to sunshine - couldn't believe it - what a great start to the day. A tad windy, but who's complaining.
We headed off for Abbotsbury Swannery and Sub-tropical Gardens, and once of the A road, the B road had some amazing views out to sea and of long golden beaches. The village of Abbotsbury is quintessentially so English and very pretty. Great stuff!
So the morning was spent watching Swans and swans being fed at lunchtime, and then off to the sub-tropical gardens in the afternoon.
What amazed me today was, that because Mum qualifies as being disabled, not only does this allow us to park closer to the entrance (and thus avoiding very rough ground with a wheelchair), but today we were only charged 1 entrance fee as I was considered to be the carer. Why did this make me feel guilty? OK, I do have this role but.... Also, the visitors in both the swannery and gardens were so considerate in offering help - when I encountered steps and hills. There are some very kind people about.
Enough rambling, herewith some of the pictures of today's outing
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