Monday, August 24, 2009

All the pretty horses

Hot on the heels of the Oyster Festival is the Whitstable Regatta. The Regatta mainly involves a funfair on the green slopes behind the promenade in Tankerton.

That's right, the event is called after Whitstable but takes place in Tankerton. I don't get it either.

However - the funfair does include a fabulous carousel. Peaches and I had a go. You can just about see us riding a chicken at the back of this photo. For some reason, even though we went round and round and round and round, Recaro did NOT manage to take a photo with us in the middle of the shot.
That didn't spoil my fun though. I loved it. And Peaches insisted I hold her tight. That was kind of cool, too.

6 comments:

scrappysue said...

there's just something about carousels isn't there?

Reluctant Housewife said...

That's a very pretty carousel! I love that you and peaches chose a chicken. Great choice!

gigi said...

That is such a pretty merry go around. They are always so fun with the little ones.

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Hullaballoo said...

I would always opt for a chicken on a carousel, horses are so last year lol. Glad you guys enjoyed yourselves. Have a word with Ricardo though, he needs to keep his finger on the button to capture the best shots.

Working Mum said...

Timing is everything! Love those old carousels; we have one at Tatton Park that Izzy loves to go on.