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.

Saturday, 23 June 2018

Saturday

 Great way to start the day
Beautiful morning 


Barely a ripple 


Way out in the shipping lanes the 296metre RoRo/Container vessel Atlantic Sea - such a clear morning 
After breakfast, off he went - with a new cutter section, to finish cutting the footpath as it goes through the spoil heap. Sadly sincer there are Adders up on the heap Wooster had to stay at home - and he wasn't pleased

Almost too bright to look at 
Nice wispy clouds later on 
Scillonian III returning early after an 8am trip this morning, due to the Mazey Day Festivities & the Golowan  Fair
Later on Jim took Wooster up the hill to show off his hard work 

He even found an old footpath sign 


Much better for a while at least 



Looks like the track up to Trebarvah has been cut 
and along this part of the footpath 

But not the path that goes up to Trebarvah 

It's the Nettles that are the main problem 

Again the clarity is amazing today - another ro/ro cargo vessel Delphine 
Jim has always complained that the gas barbecue doesn't flavour the meat like a charcoal one, so tonight we tried this new - fan powered charcoal one - steaks were good and hardly any charcoal needed. This was almost the cheapest one on Amazon - there are some that are 3 x as much. They've probably all come over in massive containers from China

Friday, 22 June 2018

Friday

 Gathering them in this morning
Another glorious morning 
Scillonian III passing Albiz off the old Penlee Quarry
Jim then chauffeured me to Marazion Surgery where I had the main dressing removed - not a pretty sight I can tell you - then off he went shopping
Afternoon walkies with Jim & Nick 
Still lovely and blue 



Common Buzzard having trouble with a gull 
Nice looking beach 
That "Don't mess with me" stare for Wooster 
This evening and a full shout for both Penlee Lifeboats and The Lizard Lifeboat together with a SAR Helicopter - searching from Mullion along the Western coast of The Lizard - 
One of the all weather lifeboats off Mullion Cove via the webcam
 Penlee Inshore Lifeboat the Mollie and Ivor Dent returning to Newlyn after this evening's shout
Penlee Relief Lifeboat 17-27

Thursday, 21 June 2018

Thursday

 At long last, blue sky and sunshine
and a lovely blue sea - although there was a very stiff Northerly breeze 
Backing out off Lighthouse Pier 

Looks so different with the sun out 
Just in case you're thinking that the Herring Gulls have gone - No ! they're still up on the roof above our bedroom most mornings at around 5am - They also spend lots of time on next door's roof.  No nest was ever built - think they must be an Odd couple !   
Just going out of the front door when I noticed that my most dangerous plant is flowering - it's a very strange shape now and I really can't move it !
I wanted to go to The Range for several things including dog food, so, afterwards we drove over the level crossing and parked at Long Rock as the walk is nice and level.

Close-up of this part of The Castle and the lawns - and sadly the scaffolding 
Golowan Festivities at the end of The Promenade 
Looking super this morning 
Wooster behaved beautifully both with other dogs and cyclists 

Turned around and headed back - my knee is saying not soon enough ! ! 
The Penlee Lifeboat House and part of Mousehole 
Gry Maritha coming back to Penzance past general cargo vessel Albiz 

Looks like they're all ready for baling up 
Afternoon walkies 

No head height weeds here - and  the path is nicely trodden down 

Although a little cloud had gathered during the afternoon, it was back to lovely blue sky again 
All done !
Spotted this flotilla of the ferries from St Michael's Mount - Works outing to Porthleven possibly