When I was a kid I loved camping, it all started off as soon as I could walk I loved to make dens. We had a row of trees in my parents garden that used to make one end of the camp, then we would use the windbreak (from when we went to the beach) for the other side. The top used to be an old bedsheet we would tie to the trees. Many an hour was spent in our camp! I was a proper outdoorsy child, you could always find me playing with stones and in the mud!
Happy Sunday! This week’s My Sunday Photo is of Truro cathedral which is in the town I live in. I took this photo yesterday when the weather wasn’t the best. As you can see from the steeple there is mist partially covering it.
On Thursday we had a visit at the cathedral from the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge. People were queuing from 7am to meet them. I would have loved to popped down, but I thought it would have been too busy with a 7 month old.
On Friday we were sitting in the car again waiting for baby sensory class and I just cannot help but take photos of the view of Malpas River in front of me. It wasn’t a particular sunny day this week and the tide was heading back out.
All I could smell was seaweed!
It seems a quiet place from the photo but behind me is a fantastic children’s park that has recently been completed. It was very busy with what must have been over 50 kids doing various activities! I do feel lucky to live near this gorgeous view and have access to a wonderful park.
Hope you are all having a lovely weekend.
Yesterday we had a walk around our local Farmer’s market in Truro, and this week they had a marquee as extra with lots of Cornish companies inside. For My Sunday Photo this week I decided to show you the cute and quirky coasters we bought from the Cornish Bird in the Sticks
How funky are these?
There were so many designs to choose from and many were designed with local landmarks in mind and easily distinguishable to me.