There were a few 'Tapa' quilts as the group had done a class with Hazel Foot. They were all very different, yet the same if you know what I mean!
And just like that it was all over. What took a few hours to hang, only took about 20 minutes to take down.
After the show I had a wee walk (and a banana fritter- a must have from the local takeaways).
Then I went around to the beach in front of the school, and found since I was there last, they now have a nice path and stone wall. It was just a sandy slope before. There are steps to walk down to the water in the middle too.
This bit is a beach at low tide (obliviously it's high tide at the moment). I decided I didn't want to walk over thru the water, but several people were.
I did enjoy watching the Oyster Catchers, flying around in pairs. There were about ten pairs going about their business. I managed to catch this pair flying by.
All in all it was a lovely relaxing afternoon and I'm glad I went.