Here is a picture for Frank, of Jenny (left), Cathy (right) and their friend Louisa (middle), taken last summer in the Lake District. We were at Grasmere, and after walking round the lake it began to rain. We went to the Wordsworth museum at Dove cottage (but not into it), and found this lovely little stone house in which there were lots of Wordsworth-related art activities. All completely free. This kept the girls happy for hours, painting daffodils and so on.
The picture is not very good as they did not want it taken. I have two others with the younger two sticking out their tougues and Cathy with her head even further down than it is in this example, so I am afraid this is the best I can do. If you look closely at Jenny’s work, you may be able to make out the wild flowers that Wordsworth wrote about on occasion.