On Saturday morning, we left Mousehole and headed east (very little choice of direction, really). We were on our way to a wedding near Exeter, but on the way, we thought we'd visit the Lost Gardens of Heligan. We'd both visited the Eden Project, but never been here.
It was a good time to see the magnolias, camelias and rhododendrons in flower. I scoffed at the warnings of 'steep' and 'very steep' paths and strode up them, pausing only to admire the view, rather than to pant.
The Mud Maiden
Wot, no dinosaurs?
This rhododendron looked almost like a big honeysuckle flower
and the whole bush
The Sister (unaware)
Just one more lot of pictures, I promise.