Saturday, 18 April 2020
The Lake on a Sunshine Day - Plus Praise For the NHS
Another day, another day in isolation, other than our daily walk from home. Today we passed what looks like a lake but is the remnants of Cornwall's china clay industry.
The water cannot be used for any activity such as swimming or boating as it is too dangerous.
High on a hill is a wind turbine and a settling tank for china clay.
We wandered back to the lanes and roads leading towards home...
… passing by a country style cottage.
The rushing stream became our companion once more.
Then on an old bridge was a pebble on a bed of moss. But not a usual pebble or stone as it had been decorated in praise of UK's NHS - National Health Service.
There is a hash tag on the pebble #nhspebble. I checked this out but only a few entries so far on Twitter.
I think all of us in the UK, at this time, are in admiration of the courage and kindness of the nurses, doctors and staff of the NHS.
Many houses have rainbows, such as the one below, in their windows as a symbol of support for the NHS heroes.
A few photos today of Polperro harbour on Cornwall's south coast. A very attractive fishing village on the River Pol, now very much a...