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 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, Kernewek Ky, Professional dog grooming The Peppercorn Cafe, a hairdressers and Linen & Clay.

Thursday, 23 November 2017

Thursday

Lovely start to the day 

Sea was still very lively 
 The waves crashing against the harbour wall in Mousehole
Still quite a swell after yesterdays storm
Lovely little sundog 
and a real dog checking out the bunnies 
and waiting to pounce on Tilly
Jim took them up the hill in the sunshine 

Tilly getting left behind again 

Dashing to catch up 


A variety of architectural styles in this one 

He does love to hide 
War games were over Mount's Bay again -  
Two Sea Kings 

Love these old helicopters 
Suddenly we heard the unmistakable sound of  Chinooks
Mad dash out onto the balcony, but couldn't get them both on the same shot 

Off they went over the hill 
I went off to the beach with Wooster leaving an off-colour Jim and Tilly at home. We met up with Lyn & Collin Yelland and their three Pointers. 
Sea was still a bit splashy 
Ping's ears showing a sudden stop 
Waves were quite big and noisy 
All four Pointers, Wooster, Bryher, Otis and Ping 
We turned around and this cloud was looking ominous 

Just a quick paddle 

Colin with all four - 2 with black tank tops - got confusing at times 

The view is much better from The Cabin now  that the Tamarisks have been cut down - they will sprout again in the Spring
As I walked home I met Jim who had walked down to meet us 
So we just walked out to Maen-dhu Point & back 
A couple of Oystercatchers with their reflections

Wednesday, 22 November 2017

Wednesday

 Weather warning for wind and rain today - and they were right
The rain hadn't arrived yet this morning, so I dashed out with the dogs 
Sea looking wild already and the wind was not yet too bad - gusting around 45-50mph 
  

Maen-dhu Point and The Greeb 

A sudden streak of brown dog and there was Cassie - a quick dash about with Wooster and then off she went again 


Our poor Palm tree bending in the wind.
I went up to Oamaru Barn as I was hoping to get the chimney swept - but being a sensible chap he called it off until next week as he was going to change the cowl at Coromandel at the same time and today was not the day to climb a ladder ! Hopefully next Wednesday it will be done. I packed up and came home quickly as the wind was getting worse as the main area of rain arrived. Gusts of over 60mph and a lots of rain so sadly no afternoon walkies