We walked down to the Prince of Wales Pier in Falmouth and took the ferry to Flushing. From there we walked to Mylor Bridge, then along the water’s edge to Restronguet. My companions saw the daffodils, the camellia, the fading snowdrops and the unfolding daffodils, the Cornish violets and the yellow gorse. I saw . . .
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I admire this Falmouth working boat every time we walk this way. In the background two more working boats are dredging for oysters the only way they are allowed – under sail . . .
The tide turned and boats began to float again . . .
The urge to be back on the water is mounting.
(Images taken by Bill Whateley)
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