By this evening Colin and Mark should, officially, be Sluggards, as they are on a day long Learning About Slugs Course. Counter-intuitively, it involved getting up early and rushing off. And the Captain has just left with sandwiches, cakes, tea, coffee, etc.
So that's the slugs sorted. Not sure what Col and Mark will be lunching on.
We had a good day out yesterday at the Recorders Conference in Haywards Heath. Chris du Feu, who is teaching Slugs today, gave us a talk called: "Slugs, why bother?". And that talk - along with Michael Blencowe's of course - were highlights.
We had great speakers all day - learnt lots. And Michael made us laugh while enthusing us for the new Butterfly Atlas for Sussex. We already have our copy ordered, and I will be blogging about it when it comes.
It snowed gently all day in Haywards Heath and it was lovely to see the falling snow. It didn't lie though, just melted away, and it seems there was no snow here.
Just off to the Meeting at the Hall - and Jackie comes for supper. As I knew I would not have much time or energy, it is going to be a curry selection from Waitrose.