I wonder how many entrants will pass through our little hamlet today. One of the runners handed me a screw of silver foil from food he had eaten explaining that he didn't want to litter the countryside.
Breton music, on bagpipes among other things, and a lot of Breton dancing. This photo was taken from the internet. A large bonfire will be lit, as is the tradition in Lanrivain and, of course, drink and food, probably crêpes and galettes.
It’s Fathers’ Day in the
I've just been up to the field to collect eggs
and on my way back the lane had a stream of bikes coming through. By the time I'd put down the eggs and the dandelion leaves I had picked for the rabbits, I just caught the last two.
I'd been watching the tennis when David Nalbandian was disqualified from the Championships final at Queen's after injuring a line judge by kicking an advertising board into his shin. It was an accident resulting from bad temper, he hadn't meant to hurt the official. However, bad behaviour on court at this level of tennis is unacceptable and although it was a shame that the full match wasn't played, it was correct that the final was won by default by Marin Cilic. Let's hope the line judge recovers quickly from his leg injury.