Monday, 17 August 2015

Kildwick scarecrow

This has been scarecrow weekend in Kildwick.


They greet you along the towpath in unexpected places,


and appear outside front doors.


At the school gate one is apparently waiting to be picked up.


The temperament of the village is demonstrated by other front-garden objets d'art, even if not of the scarecrow variety.

Meanwhile, Erin Mae's own resident scarecrow has been putting his talents to three-dimensional work. Minions take shape in mind and on the table.


So, after 8 days or so, we've come back to our starting point. It's time to pack up, collect the hire-car and, first thing in the morning, head off to Manchester airport for the children to catch their flight to Oslo. Erin Mae will feel very different!

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