Been out for a walk around Wilverley Enclosure this morning, there was a nice mist to start and then the sun broke through. We had a picnic on the Plain overlooking Rhinefield and then headed over to Bournemouth to had an afternoon making Victorian connections for Greg. He was lucky enough to find a timeline connecting the Russell-Coates activities to the Victorian era, as well as plenty of other stuff like the pier. Bournemouth of course is a Victorian town coming of age with the arrival of public transport in the nineteenth century.
The sun was setting as we came out of the Russell-Coates and we walked down to Poole, the the sky glowed red over Swanage.
Dinner at Thai Smiles in Boscombe was first class.... if a little spicy for Miranda.