After breakfast with lovely friends we went shopping in Truro, a rare occurrence these days. We love the model of the Cathedral on the roundabout and would love to see it lit up at night. Please note, the hedgehogs have gone into hibernation.
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We had coffee in Waterstones this morning and on leaving, the cover on a little book all about the Wren caught the eye of the Lovely Mr S. I couldn’t leave it in the store! I started reading it this afternoon and it is a delight.
Walking past The Mansion House in Truro we were both very taken with the Camellia in full bloom.
One of the roundabouts in Truro has won an award! It is a delight to drive around but hard to take photos of so I have borrowed this one. If anyone can tell me the photographer, please do so that they can be credited. “The Roundabout Appreciation Society (RAS) praised the “quirky” roundabout in Truro, which features hedgehogs named Cecile, Patricia, Denzil and Kizzy.”
I have made another Jackfruit Lasagne to share with veggie friends. It is truly delicious!
In our late September garden there are Fucshia, Japanese anemones, Clematis and amid them all, a smiling Welly Dog.
We arrived home on Wednesday evening and went straight to the sea.
We spent Thursday unpacking etc. On Friday morning we went to stand with the Youth strike for the Climate in Truro
…….. and in the evening to a splendid Sing and Supper at Mount Pleasant Eco Park with friends.
Saturday saw us in Truro again for International Peace Day and taking part in a flashmob in Truro Cathedral. The following video gives a flavour of the wonderful event.
Today I have made my first Christmas angel of the season out of Victorian window glass and some pretty beads I picked up while away.This afternoon we have been blackberry picking and got caught in a drenching storm and this afternoon ……..
There were protests all over the country today about our Parliament being prorogued. 1.5 million have signed a petition in less than two days. Despite our strong feelings, there was still humour to be found in some of the posters and in the words of our songs.