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Singing by The Penryn River was beautiful this morning as there was no wind and the reflections almost perfect in the still waters.
I heard this morning that two good friends are a bit under the weather so I found a few of our last flowers in the garden and made up a small bouquet to take down the road. Carn Brea can just be seen in the background.
While I was picking a bunch of flowers for a lovely friend whose birthday is tomorrow, I noticed a white and pink spider on the white and pink lupins. I took my photos and then identified it as a Crab Spider. Its legs are certainly very crab like. I have never seen one like it before.
Flowers for our beautiful friend which we delivered, along with some freshly made Strawberry Freezer Jam, this afternoon.
Despite our shared shock and sadness at the referendum result, we all found some smiles. Thank you N, G, T and K.
What a fabulous sing this morning with Claire Ingleheart and The Suitcase Singers. We went from Shoshalosa to Batonebo, through Yenemanormanoa to Janie Mama, all sung with such joy! I have so missed singing and harmonising with other beautiful voices while we have been away. Believe me, I took some beautiful photos of the Penryn River and some bluebells this morning and only realised when I tried to upload them that I had had no memory card in my camera! So here are a few photos of beautiful flowers in our garden this evening.
Yesterday we went to Falmouth for my flat walk and found the tide at Gylly Beach the lowest we have ever seen – the Equinox tide apparently.
Our glorious Indian Summer continues and there are lots of flowers still blooming in the garden, today October 1st.
Another lovely neighbour called in this afternoon for a chat and brought with her some fresh garden veggies and some homemade shortbread which was very lovely. We do have some very special neighbours and friends! Thank you all.