After lunch on this overcast and humid day we took a short drive through the forest; our route was up and down
Rhinefield Ornamental Drive,
along which travelled many cyclists,
two of whom, giving me a sense of the biter bit, stopped to photograph
a group of ponies surrounding our car which they licked lasciviously.
We were slightly alarmed at the number of barbecues flaming and smoking on the green near Boldrewood Deer Sanctuary.
Later this afternoon Elizabeth and Frances visited. Struggling with a problematic printer I produced copies of two of yesterday’s photographs for our sister-in-law. The four of us then dined at Faros Greek Restaurant in Milford on Sea where the food and service was as pleasing as on our last visit. I began with Kalamari; my main course was Kleftico; and my dessert galaktoboureko. I can’t speak for the others – after all, I have remembered the name of my sweet – except that Jackie drank a Greek beer and the rest of us shared a bottle of red wine the name of which escapes me.
A staff member volunteered to take this photograph of us all in which perspective is a little unkind.