Well when we got home Ted the dog flopped down exhausted from his day at the Fringe. And of course he was on top form with the Ted Effect and everyone wanted to stop and say hello. I was telling everyone that his name is “Five pound a selfie” to roars of laughter and one person actually wanted to pay so they got a free one for being so nice and gullible.
We bumped into Peter Pik who was working hard today and had been busking around the place so remember and say hello if you hear his music and check out his new CD it’s got seventeen songs on it and is a compilation of the most popular requests that he gets. Pete reckons Ted could be a busker but he’s got to practise everyday
As usual the streets were thronged with people and the hustle and bustle just adds to the excitement and buzz that always accompanies the Edinburgh Fringe. People were milling around trying to catch the street entertainment and to take in the sights and sounds of the creative buzz and it was good to be out and about walking in it.
As usual the variety to explore is massive and there is always something for everyone. Here is a slide show of some of the pictures I did manage to take when Ted wasn’t chasing the smell of ham burgers.