Duck tastic 

Today was a day filled with ducks, making it an A+++ day in my book. The big M and D have a uni friend staying (who can deffo come again as he is very good at blowing bubbles for me to pop) so we went on a jaunt to the UK’s smallest city, Wells. Around the Bishops palace is a moat chockablock full of ducks (bear in mind to me a duck is anything with wings).

Here I am finding my first ducks of the day

  Then I peered through a window in the old potato store and saw loads of proper, real ducks … This was truly a highlight. I spent a lot of time here 
And then we went to aEdit  reclaimation yard and found this ENORMOUS duck

So many ducks, so little time

 

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Well, well, well… What’s going on ‘ere then 

This arvo we took advantage of the sunny weather and went on a field trip to Wells Cathedral 40 mins yonder.

We saw the world’s second oldest clock (but oldest with the original dials) created in 1390. Every quarter of an hour little wooden knights above the clock joust upon a turntable and the same knight has now been getting knocked off his horse for 600 years!

We also walked up some really worn stairs to an octagonal chapter room, which was really fun to run around. It felt like being a knight from the round table.

Finally we wandered round the medieval town  window shopping. All in all a rather pleasant afternoon.