The big field has been cut - not sure if it's been turned, but it had really grown well this time
Rather breezy and cloudy
Dipping her nose a little
I suddenly noticed that she had stopped and turned - was giving some shelter to the sadly dis-masted yacht to the right - looked like it was still in full sail, so a huge weight hanging over the side
Then off she went again
Jim;s trip to Lidl Penzance yesterday had not gone well, so I decided to make my bid for freedom and accompany Jim to Helston - but first we went to the top of Loe Bar Road and parked to have a short walk
Sadly the conditions were not great - misty and rather grey and breezy, but it was good to get out
Proof I was out - sadly looking rather windswept and baggy trousered owing to the fact my new knee doesn't fit into any of my normal jeans etc.
Wooster in his usual "which way? " spot
Then getting a little annoyed to be told that not only is there no route to the right, but that we weren't carrying on any further - "Baby Steps" - didn't want to overdo it
Afternoon walkies under grey skies with just a little dampness
Wooster trying to persuade Jim to carry on past home for extra walkies
Balcony now sporting a nice water feature
and the view from the office chair is much nicer !