Judith has disappeared!
Sorry there has been a bit of time since our last post – the summer has flown for us all down here, especially since the new addition joined the family. However Granny Judith has eagerly volunteered to look after her new grandchild every week which will mean more regular updates about what is happening here and around Cornwall. However as I write this blog today I have a wriggly little person my lap which means i can’t put in the usual links!
Anyone visiting in the next few weeks will notice a big difference – no Judith! Judith and John are on a very well deserved holiday in South America – a real adventure of a holiday. Mo and Eric are living in the house and have the massive task of looking after all the animals including the dogs Ginnie and Jack whilst they are away.
This week Cornwall has been bashed by the weather like the rest of country – this morning on the news we heard that some of Mevagissey has been flooded. Despite the wind and rain, it is still really warm here and in between the showers we have had glorious blue skies.
Cornwall has so much on offer even when it is raining – locally there is the ship wrecked centre in Charlestown – the museum that time forgot! Or you could get an annual pass for The Eden Project and visit the Biomes on a rainy day and go back another day to enjoy the outside gardens. St Austell also has a bowling alley and lovely cinema. Or for you brave souls don your water proofs and visit the Camel Trail. We did this Sunday – if you start from the Borough Arms, which has a huge car park and does a great carvery you can walk through the sheltered valley admiring the Camel Valley Vineyard.