Hi. This is your enormous and intimate play pit. I hope you understand the possibilities it creates and region it covers. The remoteness is everywhere alike, it will steer you through nothing but ribbons of dog litter and goldmine of undeveloped plants. There are treasures to be found when you're done being crazily busy elsewhere.
Love. xo New park (otherwise known as Alum Chine).
I'm embarrassed to confess we needed a few fallen trees and a couple of floods to start rediscovering the area. And with a bad weather comes a lot of attention grabbers - free obstacle course with trunks of trees and rotten leaves. Also freshly stocked with muddy ground, bed of moss on every stony feature and all kinds of nooks you're guided to with steps. The balance of pre- and post-big storm days is perfection. Not exactly what we expected to see but then again I have no idea what we were expecting entering this abandoned park. Since it's more of a winter edition we'll be spending the last dreary days with odd assortment of shapes and stages of development. We will play, we'll learn, examine as well.
Can we talk about holiday plans for a moment? Because it's already time to start making big deal of bathing suits, beach cover ups and thong sandals as that oatmeal jacket of mine has expressed a wish to check if all the summer gear is alive and well in my closet and how can I not let it to? We are well and truly involved in organizing this year of significant flights and as far as my diary is concerned we're talking three countries just in the first half of a year. Added bonus: no overseas vaccine required.
|^^ Isn't this girl of mine getting more and more beautiful with every season? ^^|
|^^ Days of keeping in touch the more traditional way are here to stay. And this photo is just too sweet for words. (How do you like the way Nadia styled her outfit? A little daring I hear you say? Don't four year old girls expect such reaction?) ^^|