On the way back to the car, we passed several cats. They ignored us politely. When we were walking back to the car, the Bod noticed the baby stork in the river. Its mother was flying overhead. I might not have noticed the stork, but I stopped to admire the flower beds. Rosemary and lavender were in flower and so was honeysuckle, rambling across the bed.
As we drove back to the hotel we stopped by a headland where there’s a little fishermen’s chapel (chapel is small, can’t speak for the fishermen). Seagulls were sunbathing to the left but the bay on the right was rather more exposed.
This evening, I went to the annual concert at the high school. As ever, it was superb. Really, there are some fine musicians at the school and they put such energy and enjoyment into their work. New this term is a male choir – there were 16 on stage but there are 22 altogether who meet on a Friday lunchtime.
There’s a wide variety of music – jazz band, wind band, orchestra, rock band, instrumental soloists and we also had the great treat of solos by two of the teachers, the violinist and the guitar teacher, which were truly impressive – and the concert went on, including an interval, for three hours. I’d left a fish pie for the Sage but he politely waited for me – it was 10.30 by the time we had dinner.
I sent off an email agreeing to join another committee in April. I also sent an email to someone who is interested in being a governor and will write to someone else on the same lines tomorrow. I should have written another email but it’s late and I’m going to bed. Tomorrow will do.