So my word of the week this week is
I heard it advertised on the radio, and decided as it was dry we would take a run out and see it for ourselves.
There was plenty for the children to do with various bouncy castles, the bouncy seats they sit in and bounce and a live dj playing music and making merry with the crowd.
I did not take a huge amount of photos as for obvious reasons the place was jumping with other peoples children. The mother gave us permission to photograph her daughter.
|the driver was taking animal balloons off the taxi and handing them to passing children.|
|the never ending row of taxis, and some buses at the front as well.|
Sadly time we got there a lot of the drivers had removed their costumes and taken the decorations off of their taxi,
But there was a lot of laughing and shouting and happy noises going on. Various children enjoying the beach and others the other activities that were going on.
So as we were in Troon we decided to move to a less congested part and walk the dog.
The sea here is so crystal clear. Lots of different types of seaweed in the area, plenty of crabs and hermits crabs, anemones as well as small fishes and what looked like a small sea horse. They do apparently live along the west coast of Scotland.
|under the flight path|
|crystal clear water|
|me looking at the sea life|
|and dog exploring|
|a great shimmer on the water|
|plenty of sea life|
|hubby photographing the supports that use to hold the pipes.|
We then went for a fish supper and took another walk after but we could see the rain sweeping in and headed back for the car, Withing less than two minutes of being back in the car the rain was torrential so a wise move on our part.
Did a bit of shopping and headed home for just after 9pm. By which time the washing was soaked beyond believe so it got left out overnight and brought back in and rewashed the next day.