20:30: I suggest we go for a walk.
22:00: We get home.
It's so lovely to go for a stroll in the evening. The beach was positively packed with us, another couple out for a stroll and a jogger!
There were a fair few jellyfish stranded too. Lots of the mauve species: Which aren't always mauve and can be tan.
And at least two ginormous Lions Mane (size 11 boot for scale):
According to my research these can reach up to 8 foot in diameter around our shores and 40feet in the Arctic, so these were relatively small! They're also the nastier stinger that can *potentially* cause issue whereas the mauve just hurt like heck.
No, I am not willing to test this theory, thank you very much! I was barefoot and gave them all a very wide berth.
Some folk had been very artistic with this shell sand sculpture:
We were also being artistic. The moon was out so we spent a while finding a good spot and catching its reflection in the water:
The ginormous Dark Arches moth that came in a few days ago couldn't find its way out the following evening so I caught it and subjected it to a few quick snaps before showing it back outside.
Last night I left the peg bag outside, guess who I found under it?
Not here! You can't see me! ARRRGH!
I also found this still unidentified one on the bathroom window:
I may have succumbed to the latest kids' craze, loom bands:
It's kind of like crochet and is actually fun although I fully admit to spending probably more time than a kid trying to fathom the instructions!
Anyway, the weather is amazing, Jo is out reading in the sun and Madam is gently cooking. I think I shall get to some more loom banding.