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Milton is very, very pretty. And what a fun idea an annual scarecrow festival is.

We swung down there with a picnic and a carefree day and FAR OUT those scarecrows were SCARY!!

 

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Pretty much without exception, every single one was frightening. The kids were rating scarecrow scare-factors and demanding I take "frightened" photos of their favourites.

 

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(These last two were friendly.)

We nibbled popcorn and navigated the crowds and said hello to our friends selling gelato and then meandered down to Mollymook for a picnic.

 

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(Facial injury healing nicely.)

It was a lovely. No one ran away or got lost, there were public loos handy when small people suddenly needed them and Ad found excellent coffee at a place called Flour Water Salt. 

Ivy spent the next 24 hours pretending to be a scarecrow. 

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And now it's Sunday night and we have a day off tomorrow. Thank you Queenie for having a birthday and if we can't be a sensible republic at least we can skive off for a Monday holiday. Tally ho!

 

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xxx

 

2 Comments on “scarecrow

Hazel
June 10, 2013 at 3:59 pm

Fab! We’re doing Herne the Hunter and the Green Man from English mythology this year so thinking cap on… (CSI scarecrows at a crime scene for eldest two and a bee keeper for youngest daughter last year, so a fairly eclectic mix!!)

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Leanne
June 10, 2013 at 8:18 pm

Brilliant! Will have to put this in the calendar for next year. LOVE Ivy’s scarecrow pose.

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