Our final day with Zugvogel consisted of a trip to the seaside - Southsea to be precise, meeting up with Wight Bells. We had to go in kit, so there was a photo opportunity while we waited for the bus to pick us up in Ropley.
On arrival in Southsea the youth side loosened up with a team massage...
... and Minden Rose jumped on the bandwagon!
Minden Rose's first set started with the Wain, accompanied by ferry hooters
Zugvogel's first set included the impressive flying girls
Then it was Wight Bells' turn
At the second spot, after a pause for refreshment and kite flying, we danced backs to the town rather than to the sea - the finale to Great Wishford actually looks like a flower today!
Zugvogel look good against any background
Wight Bells again
Third spot - further east again - the youth team in action
and the adults
Our finale was the Rose (What's this, the tiger out of kit?)
Wight Bells' band play for their final spot
The all-in finale: a massive Not For Joe - hang on, I see a tiger in there...
And the answer is - flautists combining to confuse! I lent the tiger suit to Mona, so Zugvogel had a tiger in their tank today!
And now, Zugvogel have returned home. It's mighty quiet around here. But rest assured, we'll meet up again.