Join us for this Autumn walk in the sunshine overlooking Gyllyngvase Bay……..
Very happy to have help with identification of any of these.
We have very special friends on Lambeth Bridge as part of the Extinction Rebellion uprising in London. While we can’t all be in London, we can all play our small part and small parts all add up.
With love to all my Dear Readers especially N, G, A and all the other rebels from Cornwall and elsewhere.
At the weekend, Extinction Rebellion put 200 flags on boats in Falmouth harbour to draw attention to the climate emergency and I hoped our boat was one of them. We went to have a look this evening and we have a flag!
The Ingleheart Singers have been on their annual boat trip tonight and it was brilliant. We all take food to share on the trip out from Falmouth to St Mawes, then we entertain the punters in the local hostelry and then board the boat for the trip back home. We sing all the way back, entertaining those on the quay side, those in their boats and onshore in Falmouth.
It’s Father’s Day here in the UK and so breakfast was the lovely Mr S’s favourite, French Toast with Summer Fruits, Creme Fraiche and Maple Syrup.
It’s been the Falmouth Shanty Festival this weekend and my choir was singing. There are shanty singers around every corner and in every venue throughout the weekend. It is enormous fun.
We went to watch The Jolly Strumpets in which a friend sings and then Femmes de la Mer, run by my choir leader and with many of my friends singing. They are brilliant.
I was in Falmouth for another day of Ghost Ships by Yskynna. This is the view from the window of the Maritime Museum.
The Yuccas are in flower.
I have seen the following spectacular plant many times and did once know its name but cannot bring it to mind. There must be someone out there who knows! J?