R and R on Parker's Piece
After another Bank Holiday Monday morning working, we spent a pleasant afternoon reading in the sun on Parker's Piece. We must have been there for about two hours. The weather was perfect, bright but not fierce sunlight and an occasional breeze.
I've started Atomised by Michel Houellebecq for our reading group. It's a pleasure to read a book that can lurch from its narrative to philosophy, physics and sex from page to page. By the end of the day I was nearly halfway through.
To round up the summery mood, we had a barbecue on the balcony. Lots of meat and salad, washed down with a juicy, rich plum & chocolate Australian Barossa Cabernet Sauvignon. That reminded me that we need to register for the wine tasting course that starts in mid September.
Posted by nathan at August 29, 2005 10:49 PM
I like bbq :)
Posted by: Alfred at September 6, 2005 04:14 PM
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