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I have just had the second consecutive weekend with friends and not working in the shop at all. Thanks to Tracey, I've had two "proper" weekends and they were great. Back to normality the weekend coming but, in the meantime, I'm basking in the glow of Saturdays off.
This Saturday we walked across the moor to our favourite "local" pub (about 5 miles) - The Gurnard's Head at Zennor:
After a couple of swifty liveners it became necessary, indeed essential, for rugby to be played:
in the middle of the road ..........
and when cars came along, the game was to lob the ball over the car:
and then see how close to the car you could get. .... this one actually hit the car's aerial (!):
If you were the driver, I hereby apologise for the menfolk's childish and ridiculous (but entertaining) behaviour. (Thank heavens - this being deepest, darkest Cornwall there weren't too many cars - cannot recommend this game for the M5.)
In the evening we headed off to our local Chinese which does the most amazing all-you-can-eat buffet (for just £9.95 per head). After 3 lots of "starters" and 2 main courses our dear friend Rob challenged T that if he could eat a "dessert" of:
4 deep fried chicken balls,
sweet and sour sauce,
sprinkled with crushed up prawn crackers
whilst wearing a peking duck pancake on his head, T would receive the princely sum of £5.00. Never one to resist a challenge T acquired the necessary ingredients from the buffet (yes, that brown goo is chocolate ice cream):
and set to:
(note the delicately balanced pancake).
Rob duly paid up:
Take note - this is a 15 year old who has just cycled from John O'Groats to Land's End - no challenge is too big or too small.
PS: To our amazement, he wasn't sick!