Woke up: Blazing sun
Mid-afternoon: Pouring rain
Time to go out: Slightly damp, otherwise fine.
Nice going London.
Met up with the local group in Twickenham at a spot we call 'Big Drop'. That's down to the fact that when we were in our first year, it was ridiculously high. It's a raised sitting area in a park about 1 and 1/2 meters from the rest of the ground level.
At 'big drop' there are quite a few precisions, large leaps and one cat leap spot. This was the main brunt of this area.
We moved to a play park where there are a lot of metal structures, such as monkey bars and railings [as badly pictured below], so spent a long while just messing around, having fun, developing some new movement and trying to piece together some flow.
Final place we went to was St Marys University. We meandered around the grounds a bit, doing the odd climb or vault here or stride there. We came to one spot which was nice for wall runs, climbing, cat leaps and downwards precisions, but after 5 minutes an Irish vicar, profusely shouting 'Hey Spiderman, Oy, Tarzan' decided to kick us off the grounds :-(
Twickenham - Big Drop, play park and St Marys Uni [SMU].
Nothing really major apart from being at SMU. The vicar wasn't overly respectful in his manner of speaking to us. At one point he told us that a specific tree wasn't meant for climbing, and was dumbstruck when asked its true purpose.
After being ushered off the ground from behind by the vicar, a member of security had a better hearted chat with us, 'mirin our aesthetics.
Just have fun everyone!