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We went to Sheffield today it was warm but overcast. First we went to see the Mural Competition the results will be announced later today. They were very interesting and some will fit in well with the others around the town some were more modern. We looked at the market stalls set up this morning then went to the Taste of the ...
... have set up topiary features and others have sculptures.
Also, Gwen recommended that we visit the Marble Shop in Sheffield so we took her advice and sought it out. This shop sells everything from normal playing marbles to large glass balls with landscapes, flowers and seascapes in them. Also they had large marble mazes ...
... way of getting across. The seats were in a room with about 200 other seats. The seats were big and comfy and with reading lights. All was good except for a woman with a face like a slapped fish who was complaining about everything, 'Why couldn't we have all been seated together?, We're all going to suffer with this air conditioning etc etc. She shuffled out a while later with her face to the floor. We half expected to see a large splash in the water when she topped herself, she ...
... one more short walk, to a waterfall at Cradle
Mountain, by then it was 2pm, we were hungry and cold, so we caught the shuttle
bus back to the car for lunch and for the adults a nice hot coffee. We ate in
the car, because it was warm.
We headed home, deciding we would go through Sheffield on
the way, up and down winding roads, stopping at some amazing lookouts, we made
it to Sheffield by about 4.30pm. We managed to pick up some much needed really
... grass!! We then see another one a little further away so walk to have a look. This one seems a bit nervous of us at first and tries to get away, but we follow him, so he decides to go into his burrow and stick his bum out to see if we are going to hurt him, but after a minute he slowly backs out when he realised we are not there to hurt him. He then carries on eating grass and before we know it we see another one, although this one just runs ...