Sunday, December 17, 2006

Frost Fair

For three days the Bankside area of Southwark puts on a Frost Fair, continuing an interrupted tradition of such events from the days of the mini ice-age when the Thames would freeze over each year. Huskie sledding, yurts and other icy festivity were promised.

Entering via the Borough Market, Bondi was mobbed by Santas, who seemed to be travelling in packs this year. We saw a small area near the Tate Modern where a small number of huskies were being petted and photographed, although naturally Bondi supplied the same benefits for free outside the enclosure. He was also about as a big as all the huskies combined.

The Xmas slug is out this year!(?)

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