A fort on the beach - the hard work had already been done by someone else!
This 'sculpture' was already on the beach. It says NZ & Beyond and has two arrows pointing in opposite directions. The photo doesn't really do it justice.
In the garden I was in for a few surprises. When I walked behind the garage I was greeted by this:
I had never seen the silks on sweetcorn until I lived in NZ so here's a shot:
Maia chose a yellow cherry tomato plant to grow and it has flourished, it's just that the fruit's not really yellow! As you can see from the picture none of the fruit has actually made it further than the vege patch - they were delicious and Maia and I ate every one that was ripe there and then!
The promise of more to come:
Shortly after we arrived a lady at yoga bought along all her unwanted seedlings and generously distributed them between us. The tomato plants have grown to produce this beautiful and sweet fruit.