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Attention: Work From Home People in Cornwall!

Are you self-employed, work from home or other remote worker based in west Cornwall (specifically Falmouth and Penryn area)? Are you fed up with working alone with only your four walls for company? 216 more words


Just Around the Corner

Down the river path from St Gluvius towards Flushing sun was glazing the water of the incoming tide as it swilled up the estuary towards Penryn Bridge. 546 more words


Sailor's Barometer, Parking and A Maori Proverb

Last night we could see that a storm was on its way as the water in the Sailor’s Barometer was rising. We heard the winds in the night and there has been a hoolie blowing all day. 132 more words


Ch ch ch ch Changes. . .

. . .inevitable, unavoidable, uncontrollable.

Big changes, little changes, unforeseen changes. Unwelcome changes? Most definitely.

Change is hard, even expected change. Think about marriage. The engaged couple know that once the wedding is over their lives will not be the same. 238 more words


Penryn and the End of Days (Series)

This is a series I just finished recently, and it’s staying on my shelf. I even put it on the same shelf as my Robin Hardy books (a true honor). 705 more words


Front Doors, Shop Windows and A Memorial

Walking through Penryn, after a haircut this afternoon, I photographed Christmas wreaths, a couple of delightful shop windows and a most touching memorial to the eighteen people killed by a bomb in The Square, Penryn in 1941 – Eighteen Trees for Eighteen Lives. 33 more words


Angel, Reflection and Sunshine

Just outside the window in the Zed Shed on Jubilee Wharf where we sing on Thursdays was this delightful and rather mad angel.

Along the way, off Freeman’s Wharf, I saw this watery reflection. 17 more words