Wednesday, 17 March 2010

Anne's Point Revisited

I, with fifteen others, was at Anne's Point once again today. We were continuing where we left off, with the construction of natural willow wattle fencing; and some hedge maintenance, too.

There was a working party with us today, which swelled our numbers and enabled us to achieve more then usual.

We ate our packed lunches whilst seated on plastic fish boxes: they have their uses! I had precisely the same sandwiches today, as the ones last Saturday; except that white bread was used on this occasion.

I took a photograph of the little stone tunnel, complete with ugly blue pipe, which runs underneath the main Portaferry Road.

The others took a stroll in Mount Stewart afterwards, though I decided to motor straight home.

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