Monday, 30 May 2016

Geranium at Wassand Hall, East Yorkshire.


After a weekend exhibiting we felt like a change and decided to visit Wassand Hall, for the first time this year. With it being a bank holiday and the fact that a "classic car show" was being hosted, there were plenty of visitors. Though arriving at our usual time of 2pm, we were dismayed to see a very full car park. My anxieties regarding the supply of home made cakes were soon allayed as we arrived at the tearoom. Phew. 
Here is a very quick sketch of one of the geraniums within the tearoom.
A visit to the display area provided us with some memories of past cars,  ranging from the basic Morris Minor Traveller to exotic ancient Standards. Though sunny the brisk chilling breeze forced us not to linger and home we went.

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