We're still wilting in the heat but this morning set out on a little visit to Kenyon Hall Farm. It was en route to do some food shopping, but I wanted to check out the craft and vintage fair as it's the one I've booked a table for in late September (gulp).
It was held in one of the barns. Luckily it wasn't in the polytunnels like I'd previously thought - everyone would have been melting by 10am.
Joe's a bit small for a donkey ride but that didn't stop me from going over and making a fuss of them. Their names were Gavin and Stacey.
Astrantia growing wild in a hedge (one of my favourite flowers).
Joe had a sit on an old tractor in the play area. I think he'd like one for his first birthday next month.
People were out in the fields picking punnets of strawberries, gooseberries, blackcurrants, raspberries, tayberries...
And everywhere was a-flutter with butterflies.
I have two months to build up the stock for my stall. And then it will be autumn. I love that time of year - the soft fruits will have been replaced by pumpkins and hopefully people will want to buy my wares.