Our Visitors 2019
15/5. Wednesday evening .Guests arrive at Millbay docks. Boat docks at 20:10hrs
Our visitors Françoise Boudier et Bénamar Aidouni brought the sunshine, well mostly!
16/5. We went to The Garden House! I got lost going and ended on Yelverton air field where Paulene loved seeing the foal.
The flowers were a gourgeuse riote of colour! we came back via Prince Town & Two Bridges.
Evening at Wilcove Hall 5.00pm with Mike and Val
Pearn in place of Mayor, twinning choir and handbell ringers. There will
be a Cornish buffet of cocktail pasties, scones with jam and cream and
saffron buns. I enjoyed it all especialy the saffron buns. The twinning
choir was a suprise they were good!
17/5. Friday Eden project. The only day it rained. but still it was only as we left in the coach.
Bénamar Aidouni, Paulene Smith et Françoise Boudier"
We were invited to Dave Englands Evening Soirees. Again you could have feed a regiment, as Doreen is next door to Patsy they has worked together and also every one brought something Paulene brought her Chees Cake.
18/5. Saturday We went to Looe not exciting but nice well the dinner in Daves Dinner could have been better, like I could have ordered a Crab salad, as was served to the other table , but Fish and Chips was what we had.
Dinner and Dance . 7.00 for 7.30pm. New Mayor Councillor Mrs Chris Goodman and her consort Mr Chris Goodman attended.
Again the Twinning Choir liftted up our spirits with their music.
Love The White Rose
No need really as the room was breathtaking! laid out smartly, And the food was the best, a lighter meal was just the thing, but each course was special I've never had Beetroot and Mackerel starter, the Chicken in mushroom and pepper sauce on top of mash potatoes with spring vegetables, followed with just enough of Chocolate moose with a Chocolate dipped strawberry with a little clotted cream, finished it off. There was also a course of biscuits and cheese for those not quite full !
19/5. We had Sunday Roast Dinner with Kilbys at the TMSC sailing club. Paulene wanted to see the artist at the Mt. Edgecombe Orangery, so I drove out, a little walk with Ben buying us an Ice Cream as Paulene looked for the artist, walked in the Gardends only to find were not the only twinners there, sit down by the Battery ("Guns" to the uninformed). As we were leaving Paulene again went to find and did talk too the Artist doing a display in the Orangery.
Meeing at Sailing Club 7.00pm I only got there by 20:00hrs just as everyone was getting ready for final farwell to our French Visitors