So, where to start? We were having coffee in our favourite Hanushka's this morning, sitting at the window, watching the world go by. By the way, they do a brilliant range of unusual fruit teas. I had quince and something-or-other this morning, and it was excellent.
|Hanushka Coffee house - great for people watching|
Then on to the Stade, and today we find it full of classic cars - scarcely a week passes here without some happening or another.
I do like vintage American cars. Here are two great examples, and a Bond Bug.
There were lots of Morris Minors. I passed my driving test in one, the 1956 vintage Doris. No, fools, I am not that old. Doris was an elderly lady when we got her, and I passed my test in 1986, when I was in my thirties. I was an absolute wimp about driving and did everything to get out of doing it. I said I would drive if I got a Doris, so we got one, and I did. Fortunately, I have never looked back. That car was a great character.
Next, this wild boar hat stand has been on sale in the junk yard in Courthouse Street for months. They appear to want £495 for it. It is truly horrible. In your dreams, guys.... I like the way it is going 'Up yours' with its trotters. Do wild boars have trotters? It sounds a bit domestic.
|Horrible wild boar coat hooks|
|Wild boar in an East Sussex woodland|
So, to finish, here is a lovely photo Philosopher took in the last days of the Indian Summer. Gone now - it's autumn and the heating is on.
|How sparkly is this....|