These stunning aerials were taken today by a radio controlled delta wing model plane, operated by our brilliant multi-talented neighbourhood blacksmith/engineer.
The Cabin's new cladding assumes a green coat with Jenny's careful brushwork.
View past Ding Dong Engine House towards the sea at 4:45 this afternoon.
After a week's unexplained and increasingly worrying absence, magnificent Spot has returned, discovered this morning relaxing in the laundry basket as though nothing had happened, which of course, in cat mind it hadn't. Many of our visitors have admired Spot during their stay here so may be pleased to receive this happy news.
Filling spread this morning by Daniel Williams and first reports are positive. In future please approach by the track nearest to Ding Dong Engine House, as shown on the photo below; not perfect but much better than the old way.
A dull day but better way!
And here's the man and machine wot done it!
Daniel Williams with his digger
Lady's Smock or Cuckoo Flower, (Cardamine Pratensis), has appeared in our hay meadow, of which more later.
Spot, one of our two much admired and well loved cats, has not been home for more than 3 days and we are concerned for his safety. Seen here enjoying an unauthorised spell of relaxation on our furniture!
It has become apparent that last Winter's gales produced an unexpected benefit. Their destruction of a section of our hedge reveals that it is now possible to see St Michael's Mount whilst sitting on the loo in The Cabin.
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This photo was taken through the loo/shower room window.