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Clematis Armandii and A Humanist Farewell

The overnight winds blew off a bunch of buds from the Clematis Armandii so we brought them inside and very soon the buds had opened. 229 more words


Springing into spring - Photo Friday 

Last weekend, during the spring equinox, we had our first real weekend of sun and heat. It also happened to be the birthday of one of my favourite people in the whole world. 90 more words


St Kew, Rules for Bell Ringers and A Tombstone

Yesterday I described the journey to St Kew. We were going there on a mission! I have recently bought a delightful little book called “Cornish Curiosities” by Margaret Caine and Alan Gorton and aim to visit as many as we can. 214 more words


Pityme Inn, A Ford and Some Daffodils,

We travelled the roads less taken today, tiny narrow lanes with grass growing down the middle. We went through a village called Pityme, another village called Chapel Amble where there was a ford along to St Kew which was our destination and tomorrow I will show you why we went there but it’s late now!   85 more words


Thoreau, Hailstones and A Rainbow

1  This quotation came my way today, courtesy of a fellow blogger, unexpected in common hours. Go and have a look at what she writes . 131 more words