Sunday, July 30, 2006
The next time you see this pair they will be fantastically transformed into the Bride & Groom. We are all very excited, we have lots of people coming down for this great event & even flying in from Spain!
Posted by Alison at Sunday, July 30, 2006
Saturday, July 22, 2006
First ripe Blackberries we have seen this year! On the way down we followed the trail of teenage drink litter to their favourite spot on the bridge over a pretty stream that feeds into Swanpool. I find it hard to understand why people who have chosen to go to or sit somewhere for it's natural setting; to enjoy being there and leave their litter even bread bags that they have used to bring bread to feed the ducks and swans are left anyhow. The local rats and gulls are kept well fed. The litter problem is usually worse on the weekends as people like to picnic fast food and anything unwanted is just left as people don't seem to feel it is cool to bin stuff at all.
Friday, July 21, 2006
We love being out together on our early morning walks even in morning mist, as we hear the Fog Horn sounding over the noise of the tractor raking up stuff off the blue flag beach. You can hear the Wren, Blackbird, Pidgeons, sparrows etc as well as the Gulls.
Posted by Alison at Friday, July 21, 2006
Thursday, July 20, 2006
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Tuesday, July 04, 2006
This morning was very heavy with sea mist, mid morning it was worse & we were driving around our lights on full beam! All clear by lunch time. The College entrance at Tremough all planted up for the Queen & Prince Philip visit last month!
Posted by Alison at Tuesday, July 04, 2006
Saturday, July 01, 2006
There was an exciting atmosphere with so many families of the graduates & guests. Phrenetic Jazz being played as background gave it an extra Pizazz. Many courses were showing as well as 3D Sustainable Design (which Matthew was on) Contemporary Crafts had this incredable Lampshade thing to which you were invited to put your head in! What you saw all around, was a magical fairy landscape created from dried grasses and bits & bobs. Fantastic Fabrics had been woven or printed and designed
Posted by Alison at Saturday, July 01, 2006