Forest in Kernow.
Forest in Kernow is scarce these days. Lots of trees have been used over the centuries to make metals, boats, housing, heating and more. Great big parts of Kernow was in fact covered by forests. We even exported wood to Canada many moons ago, shipping out from Padstow on the Camel estuary. Local to me is Godolphin Woods, part of the Godolphin Estate, run by the National Trust. I often take walks with our dog there and enjoy the fabulous nature. Woodland scent is something magical to me.
Trees that are so old they are covered in mosses and lichens. Still, every spring they ‘spring’ into life again with pale green leaves and buds. Grasses, ferns and flowers add their own beauty to this wildlife scenery.
Pine trees with drying brown/yellow shells showing off the ‘babies’. Ops, ‘His Lordship’ got in the background there, looking at me puzzled. So, I was only talking to the wee Robin that sat on a branch, says I. When we finish our walk, it is customary to have a drink and splash in the stream.
In the foreground, some of our native superb bluebells on parade for you. Another Forest in Kernow I enjoy visiting is around Helford. When I go next, I shall take some great pic’s and share with you all.
In the Bay.
On our way to work we took a stop to enjoy the scenery of St Michael’s Mount in Mounts Bay. Cloudier than we prefer and a chilly breeze blowing quite well, there were people walking and it looked beautiful!
If you wanna get in touch – try emailing
or even scribble a comment on our blog. We will respond.
Until next time, keep healthy, happy and HOME!
Alvajoan of Cornwall, part of The Classexe Group
Update on ‘Nippy’ coming soon. She is having a serious ‘facelift’! 🙂