Morris dancers entertaining the crowds
A very seasonal visit from one of Santa's transport department - aka a Reindeer
A Burrell steam roller - if I am correct these were built in Thetford Norfolk
Amanda and Joe
With no chance of booking a restaurant, I tried, we settled for a burger on the hoof before wandering into The Angel Hotel for a warming glass of mulled wine.
Lisa, Amanda and Joe in The Angel
Saturday and we went shopping in Harborough and were wined and dined aboard What a Lark in the evening and on Sunday we took ourselves off to Leicester by train to see Leicester Tigers play against Montpelier.
As a rugby virgin this was going to be first experience of a pro Rugby game
Enjoying a pre-match lunch in Kayal a restaurant that specialises in southern Indian cuisine. L-R Lisa, David L, Me, Amanda and David C. Joe stayed on the boat with the dogs as we were going to be away too long to leave them home alone.
Massive cheers and applause for the home team, here enjoying a pre-match group hug
Slightly less enthusiasm for the opposition group embrace
Action ! Montpelier have just been squished - this is new matchplay language
I loved it! I loved the atmosphere and the enthusiasm of the crowd. I was so impressed by the complete lack of threat, no bad language at all and a complete mix of age groups and gender. what a great experience! Tigers took a very early lead and were soon a 24 to 6 before Montpelier pulled back. The game ended in victory for Tigers, 42 to 32.
Waiting for our train back to market Harborough l-r David C Amanda, Lisa and David L
The last farewell to the Motley Crew, until next year...
Good night What a Lark!