Gentle

bug handling

Photos taken in July at Dr. Beynon’s Bug Farm, St. Davids, Pembrokeshire, Wales

Bug Farm, St. David's, Wales

We went there for Little Miss M’s 5th birthday treat. After a delicious lunch

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of cooked bugs

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and a fabulous birthday cake

birthday cake

we all went to the bughandling session

Dr. Beynon's bug farm, Wales

Bug Farm, St. Davids, Wales

bug handling, Bug Farm, Wales

when everyone had to hold the bugs VERY gently

We all loved it! Master R was particularly delighted when one of the insects climbed up his face.

bug handling at the Bug Farm, Wales

The food in Grub Kitchen is truly delicious. There are non-bug options too.

If you are looking for an unusual Christmas gift you can order some Cricket Cookies and other goodies from Bug Farm Foods.

You can keep up to date with what they are up to on their Facebook Page.

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Joining Cathy in our One-a-Week Photo Challenge.

Leave a link to your ‘Gentle’ photo in the comments to join us and be included in the Monthly Round-Up of entries.

Next year we will be meeting up monthly, on the first Tuesday of the month, with a one word photo prompt. Thank you to everyone who has sent me some suggestions for the months ahead. There are still a few months to assign a word to – any suggestions for August, September and October? I’d love to hear from you with your ideas – either leave them in the comments or Contact Me here.

See you next week for ‘WINDOW’.

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19 responses to “Gentle

  1. Pingback: Photo Challenge Round Up – December | Wild Daffodil

  2. I’ll try almost anything once but, after my inability to keep locusts down (a charity event) due to an extremely irritating gag reflex, I’m not sure the bugs would have fared any better with my pathetic bodily responses! What a fantastic experience for young children, though.

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  3. HaHa! I realised Karina and have corrected it. I will delete this comment later.

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  4. I think it is great to get kids up close and personnel with bugs of all kinds.

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  5. I went to a 4-H insect workshop once, lots of snacks there too! You definitely captured gentle, though I am happy watching from afar!

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  6. Wow that cake is amazing!

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  7. I admire the children, they are made of much sterner stuff than I, who would probably be screaming my head off! 🙂

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  8. Cool!

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  9. Rather you than me! I don’t mind spiders but not to keen on those bugs and I have never fancied eating them either.

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    • Most of them don’t really taste of anything, just a bit crunchy. It was a novel way to celebrate a 5 year olds’s birthday – I was pleasantly surprised to see how adventurous the children were, trying everything with interest.

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  10. I don’t think I will be joining you for lunch. Glad no critters were harmed in the session, good gentle children

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