Older people can remain active and thoughtful and have the potential to grow. There are many role models. Mistakes happen, often hilarious. Join me on an ageing trip to places and moments.


Friday, 6 April 2018

Easter 2018 - Yorkshire and Hepworth sculpture

Hepworth Gallery, Wakefield. An Easter weekend with friends from Scotland, including a giant fish at the Catch restaurant, Holmfirth.

Yorkshire Sculpture Park, Zak OvĂ© (British Trinidadian) - Black and Blue: The Invisible Men and the Masque of Blackness - “reignite and reinterpret lost culture using new-world materials, whilst paying tribute to both spiritual and artistic African identity”.
Hepworth in Wakefield - 'Winged Figure'

Not everybody's choice, but a bit of culture amongst the visiting, eating and drinking over the Easter weekend. Not the biggest fish in the world - more than enough for me at The Catch restaurant, Holmfirth.

I think Big Dave likes babies. For a group of oldies, we don't look too bad. Joan is still working part-time, but not for much longer - the re-registration police are after her. She is gearing up for some charity work to fill the gap. They've both got dicky joints somewhere in their legs - limping and doing the stairs rather gingerly. And by now will be on a month's American coast cruise with Panama Canal. I can't wait for the Facebook photographic deluge - I can actually.

Emily is 8lb and more.

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