Hi Folks, I’m back! Had a busy couple of weeks, and last week we went to Cornwall- love that area. Didn’t get the best of the weather, but had a nice break all the same. So a few pictures for you:
This one is taken from the rocks at Tintagel, below the castle ruins. To the left the cave you can see is known as ‘ Merlins Cave’, as Tintagel is claimed to be the birthplace of Arthur, the Once & Future King.The pic on the right is from inside the cave, looking out.
This one is of St Michaels Mount, taken from Penzance.
These next few were taken on a day at Paradise Park, a bird sanctuary in Hayle. ShazinOz will recognise this- its the Frogmouth she posted a pic of recently! They also have some small mammals, and these Red Squirrels were gorgeous! Really tiny compared to the greys.Shaz will recognise this Kookaburra too- they are so funny when they start ‘laughing’.
Cornwalls emblem is this Cornish Chough- a little like a blackbird, with a long red beak. This pair had been hand-reared at the park, and were so tame, they came to the wire and were quite happy to be stroked! How cool is that?
Yes, I do point out to Beloved Husband that he is going grey, and he says I gave them to him!
Final holiday pic, and this has to be the strangest, but coolest pub sign ever! The Bucket Of Blood, in Hayle, Cornwall.
Back to my Beloved Husband, this week was our second Wedding Anniversary, and this is the card I made him. I went back to the Black & Burgundy theme for the wedding for my colours, and the stamp is by Inca,1052i, Love Poem.
And this beautiful card is made by Silvercrafter, Marg, from her & her husband, Geoff. The inside is just as gorgeous as the outside, as you can see.
I have to say, no-one could have better co-in-laws- we consider ourselves exceptionally lucky not only to have a wonderful Daughter-in-law in our family, but to have Marg & Geoff as fellow parents-in-law! So thank you both, we love you!
Well, thats me done for this week, I shall post this up before I go to work, and will be back to visit you all later. Have a great Wednesday.