67: A quote and a tree


A couple of great 67’s here; I couldn’t choose which to leave out so here they both are.

My first is to be found etched onto the window of the garden lounge at Woodbrooke. A quote from Isaac Penington is inscribed on the windows that surround the room, followed by his name and dates. The full quote is, “Our life is love and peace and tenderness; and bearing with one another, and forgiving one another and not laying accusations one against the other, but praying for another and helping one another up with a tender hand”.


And I spotted this tree in a sheltered doorway on the Esplanade in Fowey. A very attractive way to display a house number.


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