|Entrance to the Church of St. Mylor in the sleepy town of Mylor, Cornwall.|
Fascinating Fact of the Day About Falmouth
|The view of St. Mylor from atop the several flights of stairs. I walked up and down all of these step with relative ease, well worth the effort.|
When Liz read we were coming back to the UK, we were hoping to see her again, especially when we navigate closer to Bristol as we move north/northeast from one of our four locations to another. It appears we’ll be able to meet up in October.
|At the bottom of the steps, I was treated to this view.|
|An easy walking path to the graveyard and opposite side of the church.|
This evening at 5:45 pm, we’ll meet them in the pub, staying for dinner after happy hour. We’re so looking forward to socializing once again. The views are spectacular from the pub and there’s no doubt, we’ll have a great evening.
|The cemetery overlooks a yacht club and the sea.|
Surely, the second of our four-holiday homes will serve us well. Of course, as any of our avid readers are aware, the fact this property and the next are located on farms was highly instrumental in our booking these particular properties.
On Thursday, we’ll pack with no worry as to the distribution of the weight of the luggage, except of course, for the fact Tom has to haul the bags down a flight of stairs in the house and then up 25 uneven stone steps to the street.
|The steep steps from our holiday rental to the street. Tom will have to haul the heavy bags up these uneven 26 steps.|
For now, over the next few days until we depart we’re quite content, looking forward to making new friends this evening, enjoying the gorgeous ocean views and simply “being” while reveling in my newfound well-being.
Tomorrow, we’ll share details and photos of our evening out tonight, more food photos and whatever treasures we may find in between.
Photo from one year ago today, September 3, 2018:
|Last night, Tom took this photo when he checked the thermometer to find a toad doing the same. It was 25C, 77F at 2200 hours, 10 pm. Over the next seveal months this toad often resting atop this decoartive fixture, later being joined by a mate. For more photos, please click here.|