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97. a tiny dusting of snow

Putting grass up a donkey's nose
Putting grass up a donkey's nose

We have been green with envy looking at photos of the English countryside decorated with snow. So, we’ve been busy making the best of our (slightly) milder climate with lots of outdoor time and keeping ourselves amused in the house. This morning, however, Penwith had a tiny dusting of the white stuff. Alas, there was none in Penzance but the hills in the distance did look very pretty.

Oh, and yes, I’m still working on a new design for the blog. I’ll get there, eventually!

New books
New books
I like to ride my bicycle
I like to ride my bicycle
Building a city
Building a city
London in the living room
London in the living room
Admiring her work
Admiring her work
Lips like Jagger
Lips like Jagger
Four stages of cheese sandwich, Peppercorn Kitchen, Perranuthnoe
Four stages of cheese sandwich, Peppercorn Kitchen, Perranuthnoe
Bubbles on the beach
Bubbles on the beach
Chimney smoke, a day-trip to Port Isaac
Chimney smoke, a day-trip to Port Isaac
It's a whopper!
It's a whopper!
Pots
Pots
The harbour, Port Isaac
The harbour, Port Isaac
A truck on the beach
A truck on the beach
White houses, Port Isaac
White houses, Port Isaac
We took a walk and finally found the hidden Jewish Cemetery in Penzance
We took a walk and finally found the hidden Jewish Cemetery in Penzance

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