The Boundary Fence

I have never installed a new Apple Operating System without experiencing a consequent problem. Overnight I let Catalina in. It is not compatible with my scanner. I followed the directions to resolve the issue, but hit a brick wall. This will mean another call to Peacock Computers. This morning Elizabeth came for coffee and stayedContinue reading “The Boundary Fence”

First Foal

CLICK ON ANY IMAGE IN A GROUP TO ACCESS ITS GALLERY, INDIVIDUAL MEMBERS OF WHICH CAN BE VIEWED FULL SIZE BY SCROLLING DOWN AND CHECKING BOX AT BOTTOM RIGHT. SINGLE IMAGES CAN BE ENLARGED WITH A CLICK TAHT MAY BE REPEATED We enjoyed another beautifully sunny day today.   In the front garden the columnarContinue reading “First Foal”

Spinners Garden

CLICK ON IMAGES TO ENLARGE. REPEAT IF NECESSARY This morning, after a brief time in our own garden where The Head Gardener has been replenishing and planting the beds either side of the Heligan Path;  sunlight brightened the Star of India clematis on the Gothic Arch; and another example was suspended from the prunus pissardi aboveContinue reading “Spinners Garden”

There’s Some Corner Of An English Churchyard

CLICK ON IMAGES TO ENLARGE. REPEAT IF NECESSARY. Over breakfast this morning, I photographed two more angles of view through the kitchen window; and afterwards, The Rose Garden. We have many banks of aquilegias. Compassion blooms on the Dead End Path arch, And we have our first bottle brush flower. A Painted Lady butterfly availed itselfContinue reading “There’s Some Corner Of An English Churchyard”

A Fatal Error

Whilst Jackie drove the well used route to Shelly and Ron’s this morning, I, like Wordsworth’s Lucy ‘dwelt among the untrodden ways’. Well, untrodden for a very long time. And, apart from lunch, I trod them all day. Yesterday’s clearances had revealed the presence of another hidden gravel path, which I determined to open upContinue reading “A Fatal Error”