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Swimming Hat, Rose and Cake

Our lovely neighbour is an artist as regular readers will know. She is in the middle of a project making very special swimming hats for local sea swimmers. She needed a model today to set the angle correctly so here is one of her designs. The others so far are a bunch of flowers, a  sailing boat and a pineapple.

There is just one rose left from my Mother’s Day bouquet, four weeks after delivery.

Last one standing

We have friends coming round tomorrow for a much longed-for catch-up in the garden so I have made cake. You can find the recipe for this delicious fruity cake by clicking on the red link.

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Mindful March, Camellia and Cake

It’s March and here is this month’s planner from Action for Happiness.

Our walk was brief today in the returned bitter Easterly wind but we did spot a beautiful Camellia bloom on the path, a delicate pale pink among the russety brown of the decaying blooms.

and Heligan Pineapple Cake! Here’s the  link to the very easy recipe for this delicious, fruity and moist loaf.

 

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Long View, Reflection and New Cake Recipe

When the skies cleared at lunchtime, we headed out for our walk along part of the Flat Lode Trail. What a view of the sea we get from up there!

There were many puddles from the recent and the overnight rain and there were some pleasing reflections today.

I made the most delicious cake today! It’s the Heligan Pineapple Cake, easy to make, moist and full of fruit. I had no cherries so added ginger pieces which will come as no surprise to regular readers!  I’ll add the recipe to my Recipes pages in the next couple of days.

Heligan Pineapple Cake

There is a special history of growing pineapples in Cornwall in the Gardens at Heligan. Follow this link for more information.

 
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Posted by on January 8, 2021 in Uncategorized

 

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