This time, we met to discuss the book at Robert's new house. He kindly gave us lunch - the established tradition now being for him to provide asparagus at our May meetings. After the usual wide-ranging discussion, fired by plentiful supplies of Hooky, the others settled into something of a hatchet job on poor Nikolaus Pevsner. It ill behove me to try to defend him (though I did so) - not having read the book! Afterwards, Robert took us round his wife's studio: the photograph shows a piece of her fine work.