Well, Daddy and I have just come back from Inchmarlo: it was Thursday afternoon and there was no sun but there wasn’t a touch of breeze and none of the trees standing there in their gorgeous autumnal colours moved an inch.
We walked down the little walk and went into the sales office. I heard Dawn telling Daddy about a potential Home Owner who drove into the carpark today and spoke to one of our existing residents. The potential customer asked the Home Owner if he had any regrets in buying a house at Inchmarlo? And he apparently replied:
“The only regret I have is that I didn’t come here sooner”
Wasn’t that a lovely thing to say. This is a frequently expressed comment by Home Owners, some of whom have been with us for years and years and years.
Daddy and I went out to Inchmarlo today because the weather was absolutely gorgeous and we were sure that the trees and the plants would be very photogenic, and they were! We started off at the main house and then went all around the village taking photographs of the spectacular foliage on the trees and the plants. Daddy and I met a couple of Home Owners who were sitting on benches enjoying the sunshine. Here is what Inchmarlo looks like on an autumnal day and isn’t it just beautiful for everyone including Home Owners and Residents in the village and who visit. Inchmarlo has some of the tallest trees of their type in Britain. Some are over 40m tall.
As you understand, I like trees very much for an entirely different reason. I’m not interested in the color and foliage of the trees but I do like trees! In fact, I’m spoiled for choice at Inchmarlo!
I went and admired all the knitting that the residents in Inchmarlo House had done to enhance and liven up the Sensory Garden.