25 July 2016

Is There Anyone Still Out There?

Hi there, I wonder if there is anyone still out there to read my blog? I know it's been a while, a very LONG while but things have been very busy here in deepest, darkest Cornwall. There is a new garden plan being tackled at the moment, with a gazillion granite setts to be cemented in, a hay store to be built, Japanese knotweed in the process of being eradicated, new recipes being cooked, cheese being made and sampled and a hundred and one other things going on at the moment but hopefully, now that most of the projects are underway, I will have time to do more blogging so I can show you all what we have been up to. 

Here is a bit of a sneak preview of things to come when we catch up next time.






16 comments:

  1. I'm still here! I have missed your posts so look forward to updates :-)

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  2. Ooooh, Kay if you can keep those wooden crates, lined with plastic sheeting they make wonderful raised beds :) (to see what I mean: http://ecofootprintsa.blogspot.co.za/2016/02/raised-beds.html)

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  3. Me.....I'm reading it and following ....I'm over here in Oz ...( says she waving to you :-)

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  4. I wondered where you had got to. I normally read and do no comment very often. Real life got in the way. But it is nice to see you back. Look forward to the updates.

    Pattypan

    x

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  5. It has been awhile, looks like you've been very busy.

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  6. Yes, still here, glad you're back. I haven't had time to blog either. Looks like you've been busy, lovely photos

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  7. Still here myself! The fish looks awesome!

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  8. Still here. You seem so busy!!

    God bless.

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  9. Yes i am still here waiting to see your posts xxx

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  10. Me too - looking in most days to see if you'd posted. So good to see you back and really looking forward to seeing all the things you are doing.
    Do I detect that there are changes in your situation, too? (You referred to 'we' . . . . . .) Very happy for you if that is so.
    I shall be going out shortly to collect my son and his family from St Dominick, then drive to Minions to see the Man Engine - hope you can make it after work as well.

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  11. I checked daily to see if you had posted, when I look at the other blogs I follow by people living in Cornwall. Glad to see that projects have kept you busy and that all is well.

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  12. Yup still here and looking forward to hearing all about your various projects - loving those granite sets.

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  13. Still here as well, so glad your back and have got a lovely project under your belt, looking forward to seeing photo's of your progress. Take care. We saw the Man engine yesterday also in our town of St.Austell.

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