Wednesday, April 23, 2014

Spring is sprung, the grass is riz!

On Friday of last week we went back to St Albans to spend the Easter weekend with the kids. It was great to catch up with them again. They're all so busy that there's loads to talk about. Jess's gigs with Said the Maiden on tour with Dave Swarbrick,


Steve's production and engineering of the Maiden's new album, "A Curious Tale", and his three weeks of work installing a sound system at Sheffield Cathedral with DM Installations,


and Naomi's brilliant work on the garden,



and the Food Smiles community agriculture project she's spearheading, launched officially today


We had Easter Day lunch together at The Plough at Sleapshyde, which does the best traditional roasts I've had outside of home, and would have gone for a walk after, had the weather not been inclement.

We returned to Kantara on Monday, bringing with us a number of bits and pieces we'd forgotten back in March. The weather's very variable, but we're itching to get out on the cut next month. We'd go now if we didn't have other responsibilities, but there are things to be done here, so we're not bored yet!

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