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Earth Hour 2013


Transition St Goran has been supporting Earth Hour since 2010...
 Tonight will be our 4th Earth Hour feast & if it remains dry - we shall be enjoying a Cotna bonfire, which is always wonderful!

We all take along food & drink to share & surround ourselves with lanterns.

Really looking forward to seeing everyone - such a lovely way to end a busy day. 

Tomorrow, we're going to be helping Sal & Ryan (our eldest & boyfriend) move from Falmouth to Bristol. 
So exciting for them both & something they've been wanting for a while... 
We shall miss them though!

Don't forget to switch off between 8.30 & 9.30pm for Earth Hour & we'd love to hear what others are doing.


 Enjoy the rest of your weekend!

Kay & Sime
xx


Comments

Kath said…
Sounds wonderful have a great time! We plan a glass of vino by the fire, with candles and the dogs to cwtch up.

So Sal and Ryan will practically be neighbours of ours, they are welcome to pop round for a cup of lentils :-D
Anonymous said…
Being around a bonfire would be so nice! If we didn't still have so much snow on the ground I could see having one in our back yard. Have fun!

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