Wednesday, 10 October 2018

A Year of Late Cornish Day 282

Dew Cansves Dedh Pajer Ügens ha Dew

De Merher, degves mis Hedra.
Wednesday, 10th October.

Debrys ew an scavel gronek ma. Ellama hy debry? Na ora vy. Therama pedery dr’ew hei debrys gen melwhejen. Ma lies melwhejen et o lowarth! Rag hedna, nag erama o conis losow. Gwell ew genam flourys, en neb cas. Po, martesen, an scavel gronek a veu debrys gen best aral. Ew an re ma merkys dhort dens bian? Ma medoryon ha gwyweras oll adro. Ew da scavellow cronek dhodhans? Has ew da gen gwyweras (rag an edhyn)!
This toadstool is eaten. Can I eat it? I don’t know. I think it’s eaten by a slug (or snail). There are lots of slugs in my garden! Therefore, I do not grow vegetables. I prefer flowers, anyway. Or, perhaps the toadstool was eaten by another animal. Are those marks from little teeth? There are field mice and squirrels all around. Do they like toadstools? Squirrels like seeds (for the birds)!

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