A Garden Party at Inchmarlo House

P1080229Oh what an exciting day.  Daddy and his co-directors decided to hold a Garden Party on the lawn, all the Home Owners were invited plus one or two outside guests.  Daddy and I checked the two marquees were correctly positioned.  The big marquee was for the Home Owners and the small marquee was for the ‘The Blackburn and Darwen’ Jazz Band, who were attending the Aberdeen International Youth Festival.  It was a nice day at Inchmarlo but unfortunately as the day went on the weather changed.P1080237 P1080238 P1080239 P1080244

The band were going to play outside but because of the spitting rain, they had to move all their equipment back into the marquee.  It went very well, especially when the jazz band played music by Glenn Miller and quite a number of the Home Owners joined in the singing.P1080234

P1080232And after they had finished playing I took Daddy across and I went and spoke to a number of the players.  I got on very well with the lead singer who I heard Daddy say to her that she reminded him of Dyan Cannon who at one point was married to Cary Grant.

P1080255P1080241P1080243Head chef, Colin, gave Daddy some of the fish pate to take home for me, I love fish and I enjoyed it with my supper later in the dayP1080257

P1080258P1080247P1080248P1080249_7002211_7002213_7002217When Daddy walked in to the Reception area, one of the Home Owners asked him how I was so Daddy brought me in to see him and I can’t tell you how delighted both he and his wife were when they saw me.P1080260

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