just back from hampstead, i went over there to see if thers any spring water turned to mud yet. nice supprise, theres a nice mud pool where the spring is, they seem to have dug a knee deep hole about 24-30 feet in diameter and put a small step over fence around it as a way of controlling some of the spring water that runs down the hill its a thick clay type mud, so i couldn't resist and had a play in that, nice
as for the thames, its low tide around midnight-1am so the mud will be ripe for the rolling and wading a few hours either side, might make it tonight
grotmeister, do you guys ever venture out and go for a custard walk?
its really fab, take a stroll over the local park, pref when its dark or closed and start pouring custard inside your top and let gravity do the rest, i like to have a belt or tight skirt top to hold it up a bit so my intire top, front and back is filled up, then breath in and it floods down
well, it was a bit cold last night, weither it was genuinly cold or the fact i took a dip in a fountain along the way to the thames i'm not sure, i think stepping out of a warm car with a wet dress on might be the reason i felt the cold more. i pre soaked the dress as it was velvet and i wanted it damp / wet before the mud as for the mud, it was as fab as ever, i intended on taking a few pics but got my hands too muddy to to take many, the dress was long and got held back by the mud and i ended up swiming/crawling through the surface. driving home in a long velvet dress totally saturated with mud was exquisite