PERRANUTHNOE is a small village on the South Coast of Cornwall, just East of Marazion, there is a Car Park and sloping access to a safe sandy beach and the beachside Cabin Cafe. It has The Victoria Inn a superb multi award winning pub, which serves super food both lunchtimes & evenings, - a Church dating back as far as 1160. The Lynfield Centre which houses The Cowhouse Gallery, The Peppercorn Cafe, a hairdressers and Linen & Clay.

Thursday, 16 August 2018

Thursday

 Blue sky again after overnight rain


Cloud out to the West again 



Looks like we're starting a mushroom farm on the lawn 
Irene back in the bay 

Busy down on the beach again 
Maine Coon Missy Florence pretending not to see Wooster 
But deciding to pose for a photo- such a stunning cat
Nice to still have the blue sky as we walked Wooster 

LPG tanker Bow Gallant that arrived in the bay today 

Whimbrel or Curlew ? 

Still quite a few down on the beach

Wednesday, 15 August 2018

Wednesday

 Scillonian III leaving Penzance this morning - gather she had a medical emergency on board during the trip and had a rendezvous with a Coastguard helicopter to lift the patient off. Hope they are OK
A rather grey morning with slight mizzle at the top of the hill 
Cleared up later 
I took the camera with me when I took Wooster down to the garden - the Crinum lillies  have suddenly appeared
These were the original ones when we first bought the house - had to move some during the building work so they are all over the place
Looking back towards the downstairs lounge from Wooster's patio 
 Stayed fine for quite a while 
Sadly by the time we took Wooster out it was cloudy again 
We met some lovely blog readers out on Maen-dhu Point that have been on holiday in Perranuthnoe for a couple of weeks - it's so good to know that people enjoy seeing the photos of Perranuthnoe and West Cornwall
More drizzle not long after we got home

Tuesday, 14 August 2018

Tuesday

 Horrid misty and damp morning


  
Noticed that we have loads of these "Pineapple flowers" 
Still rather grey at times, but the sun did appear every now and then  as we walked over the hill to Trenow
Fertiliser time ! 
Growing so fast 

Wooster with his shaved patch 
Crow versus Kestrel 
Photo bombed by a Swallow 
Sky was looking rather dark 

  

Pink reflection on the cloud as it moved away

Monday, 13 August 2018

Monday

An early start for us as Wooster was booked in at The Vets to have his skin tag removed as it had started to enlarge. We dropped him off at 8.30 with heavy hearts as it seemed even worse than usual now he's the only one.  We then went home to bid farewell to Craig & Mia
When we got home we were surprised to see Super Yacht Archimedes arriving in Mount's Bay, to anchor off Penzance and put her tender into the water for her passengers to visit St Michael's Mount I assume. She has now moved over towards Newlyn and is still at anchor there.
Busy on the beach today 
Lovely day 
Car park was full, but we were pleasantly surprised that there were not more parked up the lane when we set off to collect Wooster
Replenishment Vessel RFA Tideforce has been around for most of the day at round 16 miles out 
Through the windscreen as we drove back home with Wooster 
Grayhound arriving in Mount's Bay this evening 
Oops almost missed it again
Wooster seems fine, although his wound is horrendous and they've shaved him in three different places and they're all a mess - going to be a job stopping him licking them as they're so sore looking