Spring is in the air

Yes, spring really is in the air down here in Cornwall!  Yesterday I walked the Pentewan Clay Trail with Jessica in the pushchair – I can confirm I didn’t even need a coat.  The lambs were out in force and the trees were full of blossom    It was glorious and toady is more of the same.  With the fields filling up with lambs and daffodils everywhere Cornwall is waking up from the winter.

It is at this time of the year when the Cornish gardens are looking truly stunning (and a lot quieter than the summer).  On Saturday we were at The Eden Project for the Pasty World Championships.   We are lucky enough to go quite frequently, especially as it has such great facilities for children.  I must say the gardens were looking the best I have ever seen with lots of new things for you to explore.  At this time of year Caerhays Estate open their gardens – this private estate is a hidden treasure.  Why not pack a picnic for lunch afterwards?  In The Cornish Guardian paper there is a two for one offer for the gardens at the moment.  Or Pentille Castle is well worth a drive.  The gardens were lost until the next generation took on the project a few years ago.

Tomorrow Judith is treating me to lunch at The Duchy Nursery as we are going for an adventure to Trago Mills then on there for lunch.  The combination of food and plants are one of our favorites!

A few weeks back I mentioned we had been busy decorating, well it is all finished now.  Judith and Alison along with their team have work exceptionally hard.  Hopefully you will agree that it has been worth all their hard wok.  Pictured is a sneak preview – we will have all the new pictures on the website hopefully by the end of the week.

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