Jensen’s “bestest” smile with his first few picked berries…
Apparently the farmer says it’s okay for Jensen to eat some of the berries… Or so he says 😉
Baby Dragon was eyeing up the pretty pink fruits…
Jensen soon got the hang of it and took great delight in squishing the occasional the raspberry between his fingers.
Jensen’s concentration is quite something.
We worked well as a team 🙂
Jensen’s punnet was getting quite full, whereas mine…. Mine was getting emptied by a cheeky little Dragon…
Jensen was getting skittish and made a few breaks for the greenhouse tunnels and so we decided to move on. Beans were next on our agenda.
On the way to the bean field, Dadda noticed tiles in the hedgerow. In Hampshire, this means creatures underneath. Usually slow worms, sometimes grass snakes, but this time it was…
Lyoto was less than impressed and was happy to huggle on Dadda for a while instead.
One of the little ants decided to try and escape with me for a less harsh life running the nest.
As we left the nest behind, we encountered something else that Jensens are rather fond of. Puddles; and even better than that, these were muddy puddles, and there were lots of them.
Pick it, eat it. It’s that simple.
Jensen told us all about beanstalks. People climb these to see Willy the Giant, don’t you know?
More beans in our bellies…
I showed Jensen my amazing bean.
A few minutes later, last beans and berries picked, Jensen was getting tired and cuddly, and wanted to be carried. We headed back to pay…..and our Little Adventurer was asleep within seconds.