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This is one of our favourite walks around St Anthony Head looking across the water to Falmouth and St Mawes. Every time I get out and have a jolly good stomp, in my head I am saying Thank you to my surgeon, Mr Regan. It is such a joy to be able to move well and not to be frightened of doing a walk because of the pain. Here is a gallery of some of today’s treats for your delectation! Click on any photo for detail, especially the last one. The chick is almost as big as its parent!
1 I found a pretty little toast rack at the car-boot sale this morning to add to my small collection. The white one was my Granny’s, the blue one was made by one of my favourite potters, Jane Hamlyn, the small cream one with the flowers once belonged to my very good friend, Kath, who is the inspiration behind this blog and the new one is the one with the red line all around.
2 We called in at a garden centre on our way home and the scent of massed Lavender was just lovely. If only we could have so many plants in the garden!
3 There are several self-seeded foxgloves on our Cornish hedge at the back and they are magnificent, towering above everything else.